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    Grappling with a res judicata question that generated “much confusion in the federal courts,” the Illinois Appellate Court considered “whether a bankruptcy adversary judgment is a final decision in a ‘court of competent jurisdiction’ when state law claims are involved.”
  • Lawyers' Forum

    Just about every purchase and sale agreement affecting real property contains a provision titled “Waiver of Consequential Damages.” The caption and the location of these provisions, often buried in the agreement’s miscellaneous section, make them traps for the unwary purchaser.
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    Earlier this year, the Institute for Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) revised its policy on the use of Standard Essential Patents (SEPs) further restricting the patent rights of patent holders.
  • L&E Flash

    Employers and educators historically have thought of internship programs as valuable ways for individuals to gain work experience and job knowledge that might not otherwise be available to them, especially given the declining state of the job market in the more recent past.
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    See if you know what happened on this date in Legal History
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    Stephen Sondheim says it’s a “breakthrough” — a new way of telling musical stories.
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    Taking office amid widespread criticism surrounding Russian anti-gay legislation and the Sochi Winter Games, International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach began his leadership in 2013 with reform on his agenda. “It’s time for our rules to evolve,” Bach said in an interview with the New York Times last November. “And they have to, just like in the corporate world.”
  • The Laws of Fitness

    The entire length of The 606 from Ridgeway Avenue east to Ashland Avenue is 2.7 miles. Walking the trail is a nice way to see the neighborhoods.
  • CINCINNATI — Hits king Pete Rose said he’s “open to almost anything” that Commissioner Rob Manfred might have in mind when they discuss his lifetime ban for betting on baseball.
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    This month, I flew to Washington, D.C., rented a car and found myself out in the extremely beautiful and very rural area of Virginia where the Castleton Music Festival is located. I was there to attend the world premiere of the one-act comic opera “Scalia/Ginsburg.”
  • On the Job

    While virtual workers have become more commonplace, some simple strategies can help partners become more comfortable with these arrangements.
  • Practice in the City

    The concept of mindfulness is becoming more and more mainstream. No longer relished to the far-off corners of modern Western life, we are beginning to see it makes its appearance in many different areas of life.
  • Sports, Business & the Law

    The Tour de France is so very French. It’s a fantastic spectacle of top-tier athletic competition combined with beautiful French scenery.
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