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States deal with religious and gay rights in the wake of same-sex marriage ruling
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Report from Governmental Affairs
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Sept. 10, 1846: The Sewing Machine Patent War
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How clients' backgrounds may shed light on their motivation for litigation
California state bar launches a new effort to fight notario fraud
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EU court invalidates Louis Vuitton's trademark on checkerboard pattern
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Paulette Brown brings passion for inclusion as the first woman of color to lead the ABA
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ABA's first female president receives its highest award
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