SAG-AFTRA getting hit from all sides

As I posted a few days ago, the former Membership First group now calling themselves United Screen Actors Committee, sued…

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Yet another lawsuit against actors’ union

Where there is smoke there may, indeed, be fire, but the former SAG “radicals” behind this lawsuit can’t win back…

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Tens of millions sought as federal court buys into myth of law school brochures

In what may be the first such success outside the state of California, a federal judge in late March denied…

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Local producers back SAG-AFTRA presence in Oregon

It is not widely understood but the labor movement in America has always depended for its survival on support from…

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My chapter on insider trading in the “hot” startup environment is out

You can order your copy now! In the mail: Research Handbook on Insider Trading – ProfessorBainbridge.com.  

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Recent law school grad job rate ticks up sharply

Newly released data from the ABA suggests a sharp turnaround is underway for recent law school graduates with those able…

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New data suggests problems with law school critics views

Ben Barros at Widener has completed a short but very helpful paper examining the debate about employment of recent law…

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Do law school critics like Brian Tamanaha have the courage of their convictions?

Brian Tamanaha is now taking on the law school left in the latest stage of his general attack on the…

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