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Telecommunications Category Archives: Telecommunications
In previous installments of this series, we’ve examined how technology in the form of electronic communications by jurors has entered the jury box. Whether it’s blogging, tweeting, consulting social networking sites like Facebook or looking up information about the parties … Read More
In the previous installment in this series, we examined the current rash of cases in which the online activities of jurors Ã¯Â¿Â½ blogging or “tweeting” from the jury box, as well as consulting Internet resources or social networking sites for additional information on the case Ã¯Â¿Â½ have threatened the integrity of the judicial process.
MARSHALL Ã¯Â¿Â½ Fed up with the numerous automated telephone sales calls from a satellite television service, an East Texas woman has filed a suit against the company and is seeking $1,500 per call in damages.
NEW YORK CITY – Most politicians would leap at a chance to win back millions of dollars from attorneys under federal investigation, but Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood must pass up the chance because he hired them. Hood refuses to … Read More