Thursday, January 06, 2011

140Law - Legal Headlines for January 06, 2011

Here are today's leading legal headlines from Wise Law on Twitter:

  • Google blocks Microsoft e-mail system
  • Teen dies in altercation between border agents, bystanders
  • Deadbeat parents' credit rating could suffer
  • Facebook gains while Myspace wanes - The Music Network: Facebook gains while Myspace wanes The Mu...
  • Court orders B.C. reporter to reveal name of an anonymous source in a libel lawsuit - The Globe and Mail -
  • Roberto Alomar now a baseball Hall of Famer - First Blue Jays Hat in Hall? CTV News -
  • Twitter/Social Media Expert Will Testify Against Courtney Love in Defamation Trial - ABA Journal -
  • Free to Curse in Pennsylvania: State Police to stop citing residents for foul language; settlement with ACLU announced -
  • Howard Dean: Tea party the ‘last gasp of the 55-year-old generation’ | Raw Story -
  • Legal challenge could stall Ontario wind projects - -
  • The Divorce So Bad it Made the Ontario Family Judge Flip Out – TIME
  • Teen dies in altercation between border agents, bystanders: Federal authorities are investigating the events sur...
  • Worker at Halal KFC suspended after filmed screaming insults, threatening to attack customer who wanted bacon (video) -
  • Pakistani Lawyers Shower Assassination Suspect With Roses - -
  • Remember Who Can Read Your Tweets - More and more people are using our social media streams, as a way to check us out
  • Non-monetary judgment of US court recognized and enforced for first time in Canada - Lexology (login required) -
  • Clients take heed: Goldman Sachs Says It May Sell, Hedge Facebook Stake - BusinessWeek -
  • 'Mr. Smith' filibuster change introduced in the Senate - But why are Dems doing this now, after House majority lost? -
  • Estate Law Canada: BC judge rewrites woman's will, giving daughter millions more -
  • Court :Gucci Communication With Unlicensed Lawyer Privileged - Reasonably believed communications were made to attorney -
  • Starbucks revamps logo, hints at life beyond coffee | Raw Story -
  • Canadian sues Google over data-sharing program -
  • Precedent: Nominate a great lawyer for the Precedent Setter Awards -
- Rachel Spence, Toronto

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