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Law blog roundup

It’s Monday, and you know what that means… time for some law links from around the world. Businesses are spending more money on in-house lawyers than hiring outside firms, according to an HBR Law Department Survey released this month. Frederick ...

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Inside the First Amendment: Internet access means trouble for dictators

More than 2 billion people across the globe have Internet access and there are some 5 billion mobile-phone subscriptions, according to the 2010 Human Rights Report released this month by the U.S. Department of State. As we saw in Tunisia ...

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Oil prices hit $100 per barrel for 1st time since Oct. 2008

NEW YORK — Oil prices hit $100 per barrel Wednesday as forces loyal to Libya’s Moammar Gadhafi clashed with protesters expanding their control over parts of that OPEC nation. In afternoon trading benchmark West Texas Intermediate crude for April delivery ...

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