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  • April 04, 2017 | News & Features
    April 4th, 2017: One thing you can say for Donald Trump’s presidency: He sure keeps lawyers busy. Within weeks of taking office, he suddenly rolled out immigration rules that banned entrance to travelers from seven predominantly Muslim countries, creating chaos and great anxiety at many airports. But that action was immediately challenged by state attorneys general and held unconstitutional by federal judges. And it brought hundreds of pro bono lawyers to airports across the country to help...
  • November 15, 2015 | In the Media
    From Rhode Island Lawyers Weekly:  “Liability, insurance issues abound as drone use soars: limits of tort law to be tested by new technology” by Pat Murphy November 4, 2015: The proliferation of drones may well present a range of novel liability questions that lawyers and judges haven’t had to answer since the automobile began populating the nation’s roadways in the 1920s and ’30s. […] The statistics bear out the impression that the friendly skies are not as safe as they once were....
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    FROM REUTERS: "RIM could face lawsuits for BlackBerry problems: Some law firms are considering breach-of-contract or consumer-fraud claims over the recent BlackBerry outage" by Moira Herbst and Alastair Sharp Outlets picking up the story include MS-NBC, NPR, the Baltimore Sun, and others. October 19, 2011: Law firms in the United States and Canada are exploring possible consumer lawsuits against Research In Motion for last week's BlackBerry outages, which for three days crippled email and...