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    CIVIL RIGHTS: Employment Law - Exhaustion of Administration Remedies

    Posted by Daniel Lynton on Fri, Oct 8, 2010 @ 18:10 PM

    The Lawletter, Vol 34 No 9, October 8, 2010 
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    Topics: Dora Vivaz, legal research, employment law, retaliation claim, exhaustion of administrative remedies, unlawful employment discrimination, separate discrete act, The Lawletter Vol 34 No 9, civil rights

    CORPORATIONS: Delaware Supreme Court Issues Important Ruling

    Posted by Daniel Lynton on Fri, Oct 8, 2010 @ 15:10 PM

    Lawletter Vol 34 No 9, October 8, 2010 

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    Topics: legal research, Charlene Hicks, Delaware, corporations, The Lawletter Vol 34 No 9, bylaw amendements, written consent, takeover, proxy, vote buying

    FAMILY LAW: Discovery of Hard Drives

    Posted by Daniel Lynton on Tue, Sep 21, 2010 @ 16:09 PM

    The Lawletter Vol 34, No 8, September 21, 2010

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    Topics: legal research, family law, Brett turner, computers, The Lawletter Vol 34 No 8, hard drives

    MORTGAGES: MERS May Have Standing to Foreclose on a Mortgage Even If It Does Not Own the Mortgage

    Posted by Daniel Lynton on Tue, Sep 21, 2010 @ 16:09 PM


    Lawletter Vol 34, No 8, September 21, 2010

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    Topics: legal research, Alistair Edwards, mortgage foreclosure, The Lawletter Vol 34 No 8, MERS, standing, ownership, assignment, mortgages

    TRADEMARKS: Infringement—Initial Interest Confusion

    Posted by Daniel Lynton on Tue, Sep 21, 2010 @ 16:09 PM

    The Lawletter Vol 34, No 8, September 21, 2010

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    Topics: legal research, Tim Snider, infringement, initial interest confusion, bait and switch, trademark infringement, mark, trademark, The Lawletter Vol 34 No 8

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