Friday, June 10, 2011

140 Law - Legal Headlines for June 10, 2011

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

  • "Lady Thatcher will not be seeing Sarah Palin. That would be belittling for Margaret. Sarah Palin is nuts."-
  • New TN Child Custody Law - Custody orders must permit both parents “maximum participation possible” in child's life
  • Civil Prosecutor Is Also a Professional Matchmaker -
  • Auditor general slams government over secrecy on G8 spending plans -
  • Andrew Feldstein at HuffPo: The Future of Family Law in Ontario: The Time for Change -
  • Justice case against alleged leaker collapses -
  • Aaron: Agent's responsibility doesn't end with advice - Toronto Star -
  • Supreme Court rules against Microsoft in patent case by Toronto-based i4i Inc over MS Word -
  • Citi Data Theft Points Up a Nagging Problem -
  • Blagojevich Defense: Client is a "Motormouth" Who Never Got a Dime -
  • Warman v. Fournier: Balancing Disclosure, Privacy, and Freedom of Expression Interests in Internet Defamation Cases
  • Clash between liberal and conservative factions on Supreme Ct of Canada: DNA in Halloween mask convicts Nova Scotia man
  • The new standard for justice in patent law is i4i - Globe and Mail -
  • Ellsberg: All the crimes Nixon committed against me are now legal -
  • Mississippi Supreme Court Reprimands Judge Who Sent Lawyer to Jail for Refusing to Say the Pledge of Allegiance -
  • Canadian lawyers prepare for China’s rise -
  • Headline of the Day? Defiant Weiner Stands Firm | FrumForum -
  • Tweeting has its risks, lawyers say — like job loss - -
Have a fantastic weekend!
- Rachel Spence, Toronto

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