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Opportunity Missed: Why We're Not Thrilled By Restoration of PACER Access to "Old" Court...
The Administrative Office of the United States Courts (AO) announced on Friday that it would make reams of court records once again accessible through PACER, the federal courts' digital warehouse for its court files. Many advocates are cheering this decision. But we are not. It's a big...
13 Principles Week of Action: While Australia Shirks Its International Human Rights...
This is a guest post from Angela Daly and Angus Murray, members of the Policy and Research Standing Committee, Electronic Frontiers Australia. Angela is also a member of the Australian Privacy Foundation 's board of directors. Between 15th-19th of September, in the week leading up...
Are the Supreme Court’s exceptions to patentability mandated by the Constitution, or are they just...
By: Stuart P. Meyer There has been significant commentary, both before and after the Supreme Court’s decision in Alice , that the various judicially created exceptions to patentability under 35 USC § 101 are not only sound, but are also constitutionally mandated.  For...
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Forthcoming events. Do please remember to check the IPKat's ever-changing Forthcoming Events page for interesting bits and pieces that are coming your way.  One such event, about which this Kat will have more to say at the beginning of next week, is IBC's 6th annual...

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New Reading on Chevron’s Epic Ecuadorean Legal Battle
Two new books and a lengthy magazine article offer detailed looks at the sprawling legal fight between Chevron Corp. and plaintiffs who sued the oil giant over decades-old pollution in Ecuador.
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"Judiciary to Restore Online Access to Case Archives"
Jacob Gershman has this post at WSJ.com's "Law Blog."

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