Acoo Browser


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Tom Bruce’s Blog


 About “€“ nameless for now”€“

Thomas R. Bruce is co-founder and director of the Legal Information Institute at the Cornell Law School, the first legal-information web site in the world. He has been the principal technical architect for online legal resources ranging from fourteenth-century law texts to the current decisions of the United States Supreme Court. Mr. Bruce has consulted on Internet matters for numerous commercial and public organizations on four continents. He has been a fellow of the Center for Online Dispute Resolution at the University of Massachusetts, and a Senior International Fellow at the University of Melbourne Law School. He is an affiliated researcher in Cornell’s program in Information Science, where he works closely with faculty and students who experiment with the application of natural-language processing techniques to legal texts. He currently serves as a member of the ABA Administrative Law Section Special Committee on e-Rulemaking, and is a longtime member of the board of directors of the Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction. He has been known to play loud music at odd hours.

Tom Bruce of LII has his own blog, which is currently unnamed; but well worth your attention.

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Announcements, featured content, and the occasional bizarre legal information factoid from the LII.

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LinkBunch


A link bunch is just that – a bunch of links. Often you find several links on the web that you want to share on services such as instant messengers (Google TalkWindows Live MessengerYahoo! Messenger, etc.) or microblogging platforms such as Twitter(which has a 140-character limit) and Pownce (which only has one link field). With LinkBunch, you take all those links and put them into one “bunch”, which is just one single link–which looks like a TinyURL or SnipURL link–and give that around instead. Saves space, looks cleaner and saves a few bytes of bandwidth! :)

 LinkBunch 

Daily Opinion Summaries for U.S. Supreme Court – 02/20/08


ADMINISTRATIVE LAW, CIVIL PROCEDURE, CONTRACTS, DISPUTE RESOLUTION & ARBITRATION, ENTERTAINMENT LAW

Preston v. Ferrer, No. 06-1463When parties agree to arbitrate all questions arising under a contract, state laws lodging primary jurisdiction in another forum, whether judicial or administrative, are superseded by the Federal Arbitration Act (FAA). In a dispute involving the question of whether an entertainment industry attorney acted as an unlicensed talent agent in violation of California’s Talent Agencies Act, or as a personal manager not governed by the TAA, judgment for respondent-talent granting jurisdiction to the state Labor Commissioner is reversed and remanded.

ADMINISTRATIVE LAW, DRUGS & BIOTECH, FOOD & BEVERAGES, HEALTH LAW, INJURY AND TORT LAW, PRODUCT LIABILITY

Riegel v. Medtronic, No. 06-179The pre-emption clause enacted in the Medical Device Amendments of 1976 (MDA) bars common-law claims challenging the safety or effectiveness of a medical device given premarket approval by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

COMMERCIAL LAW, CONSTITUTIONAL LAW, GOVERNMENT LAW, TRANSPORTATION

Rowe v. New Hampshire Motor Transp. Ass’n, No. 06-457A federal statute that prohibits states from enacting any law “related to” a motor carrier “price, route, or service” preempts two provisions of a Maine tobacco law, which regulate the delivery of tobacco to customers within the state.

CRIMINAL LAW & PROCEDURE, HABEAS CORPUS

Danforth v. Minnesota, No. 06–8273Teague v. Lane, 489 U. S. 288 (1989), limits the kinds of constitutional violations that will entitle an individual to federal habeas corpus relief, but does not in any way limit the authority of a state court, when reviewing its own state criminal convictions, to provide a remedy for a violation that is deemed “nonretroactive” under Teague.

ERISA, LABOR & EMPLOYMENT LAW

LaRue v. DeWolff, Boberg & Assocs., Inc., No. 06-856Although section 502(a)(2) of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA) does not provide a remedy for individual injuries distinct from plan injuries, that provision does authorize recovery for fiduciary breaches that impair the value of plan assets in a participant’s individual account.

FINDLAW:Daily Opinion Summaries for New York Court of Appeals – 02/15/08


ELECTIONS, GOVERNMENT LAW

Alessio v. Carey, No. 72In an action by a candidate for Town Justice seeking recanvassing of seven invalidated absentee ballots, the Supreme Court had subject matter jurisdiction over this special proceeding, brought under Election Law section 16-106 (5), contrary to the Appellate Division’s view.

Law.com – MySpace ‘Friend Request’ Could Violate Protection Order


Law.com – MySpace ‘Friend Request’ Could Violate Protection Order

 

MySpace ‘Friend Request’ Could Violate Protection OrderMark FassNew York Law JournalFebruary 14, 2008

In a case of apparent first impression, a Staten Island, N.Y., judge has ruled that a MySpace “friend request” can constitute a violation of a temporary order of protection.

“While it is true that the person who received the ‘friend request’ could simply deny the request to become ‘friends,’ that request was still a contact, and ‘no contact’ was allowed by the order of protection,” Criminal Court Judge Matthew A. Sciarrino Jr. wrote in People v. Fernino, 07RI007322. “It is no different than if the defendant arranged for any agent to make known to a claimant, ‘Your former friend wants to communicate with you. Are you interested?'”

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