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Inventor attorney finds inspiration for her successful product lines from her own life
Former governor helps establish a clemency clinic
Former SEC lawyer uses crowdfunding to bring whistleblower actions
Silicon Valley venture capital group wants to provide kinder, cheaper way to divorce
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Copyright case upholds the rights of purchasers to buy abroad and sell in U.S.
Employment picture for law grads looks pretty much the same as a year ago—for better and worse
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