The National Pulse

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How much privacy are drivers willing to give up for better car insurance rates?

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Plaintiffs in California asbestos cases feel they’re being questioned to death

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Drought sheds light on the California’s water law deficiencies

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Federal appeals courts split over law on credit card surcharges

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Databases create access to police misconduct cases and offer a handy tool for defense lawyers

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Can patent laws halt the reselling of used ink cartridges? Federal Circuit to consider

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FAA claims that airplane ride-arranging sites violate federal regulations

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Tug-of-war over interpretations of patent law continues between Federal Circuit and SCOTUS

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Supreme Court ruling could spark more unintentional-discrimination cases

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Patent holders allege financial companies are misusing new post-grant review process for profit

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Protesters may pay the price when civil disobedience becomes costly

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Chinese companies doing business in the US build barriers to legal remedies

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A tax ruling could complicate California’s effort to battle the drought

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Right-to-work campaigns aim at smaller jurisdictions

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‘Raging Bull’ decision could rouse patent holders to sue decades after alleged infringement

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States deal with religious and gay rights in the wake of same-sex marriage ruling

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Courts are giving reduced terms to many child-porn defendants

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Wary copyright owners are cracking down on fan-created artworks

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Courts are reconsidering residency restrictions for sex offenders

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Lawyers quarrel over tort liability after the Disneyland measles outbreak