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Links 1 through 10 of 56 by Mike Wasylik tagged law

"Thus, where a corporation asserts a right to speak, it is really the members of the corporation asserting a right to associate and to speak as a group. That is why corporations possess First Amendment speech rights."

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This article discusses the treatment of derivative works under the GNU General Public License. It argues that the functioning of the GPL depends upon a definition of derivative work that is significantly more broad than that employed by the Copyright Act or the courts. This over-broad definition ultimately leads to nonsensical results in the face of many modern program development and distribution methodologies. This article visits a number of fact-patterns to help illuminate possible weaknesses and inconsistencies in the GPL definition of derivative work.

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TV appearance by Attorney Michael Alex Wasylik, discussing Florida foreclosures and how homeowners can defend against foreclosure and save their homes.

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The California State Supreme Court has ruled that non-compete clauses in employment contracts are not enforceable in California

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In one of the more engaging, convincing and easily understood presentations I've ever seen, Prof. James Duane of the Regent University School of Law explains why even angels devoid of the slightest moral blemish should never speak to police officers, tax collectors or other law-enforcement agents investigating crimes.

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New Section 501.1377 may make it impossible for homeowners to find lawyers to represent them in foreclosure or bankruptcy proceedings

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The amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure concerning the discovery of “electronically stored information”

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What we want to do is maximize the number of client touches, but minimize the number of times we touch the file. What are we going to do to make this happen?

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This technique just makes sure that, if someone grabs your image and puts it on another site, the viewers will know who owns it.

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