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Is there a ribbon for lawsuit awareness? (access required)

The Huffington Post reported last month that the Susan G. Komen for the Cure has filed trademark infringement lawsuits against other charities that use “for the cure” in their names. The story alleges Komen spends a $1 million a year ...

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Law blog roundup: Ben Matlock offers the best defense (access required)

Still wish you were on vacation? Most of your co-workers out for week? Here’s some “work” you can do to pass the time: The strange (and sad) story of Ravens rookie Sergio Kindle takes another wrong turn. Morris L. Cohen, ...

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Updates on the secret Shapiro settlement (access required)

While Baltimore City Solicitor George A. Nilson and Steven Kupferberg, the attorney for mistakenly arrested violinist Yakov Shapiro, still differ as to the origin of the confidentiality of their settlement, allow me to offer a few updates related to the ...

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Taking on Big Medicine and U.S. health care with heart (access required)

The Sun’s Jay Hancock got well-deserved props in the Twitterverse Tuesday for his column on the latest in the St. Joseph Medical Center stent investigation (including praise from an old Daily Record/Maryland Business friend now at the Wall Street Journal). ...

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