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Supreme Court won’t hear appeal from software reseller

WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court won’t reopen a decision blocking an online merchant from selling unopened secondhand software. The high court on Monday refused to hear an appeal from Timothy S. Vernor, who wanted to sell unopened software made by ...

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Baltimore’s Sylvan Learning Inc. launches new online algebra teaching tool

Sylvan Learning Inc. of Baltimore, a provider of supplemental educational services and online tutoring, launched “Fit 4 Algebra,” a free online tool to help parents assess whether their child is on track for the critical “gateway” subject. It consists of ...

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Learning to love Word 2010

In the past few years, many lawyers have migrated from WordPerfect to Word. Back in school I was a Word guy, but we used WordPerfect in my first legal job. As time went on, my firm realized that much of ...

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Software review: WestlawNext

My Westlaw rep contacted me last week, trying to entice our firm into upgrading our Westlaw subscription to the next generation of software — WestlawNext. I’ve got briefs for an appeal due in early June, so the 10-day trial period ...

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