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Investors finance lawsuits for potentially big returns

by Bradley George Nov 22, 2018
The practice of advancing portions of expected personal injury settlements to plaintiffs draws scrutiny from states.
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Some performers say "Fortnite" is stealing their dances and should share the wealth

by Molly Wood Oct 2, 2018
Can you copyright a dance move?
Game enthusiasts and industry personnel visit the "Fortnite" exhibit during the Electronic Entertainment Expo E3 at the Los Angeles Convention Center on June 12, 2018. 
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The EU’s proposed copyright rules could upend the internet economy

by Molly Wood Sep 14, 2018
Could this be the beginning of the end of internet memes?
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Someone probably owns most of the things you say

by Janet Nguyen and David Brancaccio Feb 15, 2018
And that's a problem for people naming new businesses.
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Congress debates easing regulations on self-driving cars

by Adam Allington Jul 19, 2017
The measure would be the first significant federal legislation aimed at speeding self-driving cars to market.

The city of Flint is broke, but its water system still needs expensive repairs

by Annie Baxter Jun 14, 2017
A half-dozen Michigan state officials now face criminal charges for their role in the Flint water crisis. The state cut subsidies for Flint water in March, leaving residents to pay for their water at one of the highest rates in…

Yes, those sexual harassment training videos are terrible

by Jana Kasperkevic May 30, 2017
Even the government agrees.
Workplace culture has evolved, but sexual harassment training has changed little over the years.
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Utah introduces white-collar crime registry

by Kimberly Adams Mar 28, 2016
Why was the online database created, and how effective will it be?
Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes in Salt Lake City, Utah (2014). Reyes says that the state's new "White Collar Crime Offender Registry" will aim to help consumers avoid financial predators. 
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Should law schools pay if students don't get jobs?

by Dan Weissmann Jul 29, 2015
Tuition and debt keep rising. Grads from non-elite schools face a weak market.

Jodi Arias trial is a big revenue generator for media

by Nick Blumberg May 2, 2013
The high-profile prosecution of a Phoenix-area woman has cost taxpayers nearly $1.7 million in legal fees. But local and national media outlets have seen a ratings boost due to the coverage.