Wed.Sep 22, 2021

Federal appeals court: warrant required for police search of files reported by digital algorithm

JURIST

The US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit found on Tuesday that police breached privacy rights by searching images that were automatically reported by a Google algorithm before obtaining a warrant.

5 Tips for Making Recruiters Your Best Friend and Career Miracle Worker

TheEstrinReport

. Recruiters can be your best ally in developing your career. It’s that time again. We struggle as to whether it’s time to change jobs, hang in there or be thankful we’re in the best firm in the world. Well, maybe the best. OK, the best so far.

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DOJ seeks participation in Mississippi 15-week abortion suit

JURIST

The US Department of Justice (DOJ) sought participation in a controversial abortion lawsuit on Monday. The lawsuit, which is set to be heard in December at the Supreme Court, could have far reaching effects on abortion access throughout the country as it may reconsider precedents set in Roe v.

The Risks of Doing Forensics on the Cheap

The Crime Report

With the demise of the internationally renowned public sector UK Forensic Science Service in 2012 came the promulgation and growth of a new competitive marketplace.

A Master's Guide to B2B: How Listening to Your Customers Can Grow Your Business

Speaker: Adam Dorfman, Head of Product Growth at Reputation & Michele Bettinazzi, Customer Experience Manager at PeakMade Real Estate

Improved marketing conversion, happy customers, and faster growth - that’s only three things that can be accomplished by just listening to your customers. Customer feedback is an extremely invaluable tool to keeping retention high, attracting new business, and improving the general operations of your business. The question is - how do you capture all this? Join Adam Dorfman, Head of Product Growth at Reputation & Michele Bettinazzi, Customer Experience Manager at PeakMade Real Estate, for this essential discussion on the ins and outs of brokering the optimal customer interaction.

Europe rights court: Russia responsible for assassination of ex-KGB officer Alexander Litvinenko

JURIST

The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) ruled Tuesday that Russian President Vladimir Putin probably approved the assassination of ex-KGB officer Alexander Litvinenko. Litvinenko died in 2006 due to drinking green tea poisoned with a radioactive isotope Polonium-210 in a London Hotel.

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5 Legal Things You Need to Deal with Before Getting Married

LegalReader

If there’s debt, property, or any other legal issue to make a note of, you should be open about it all. There’s no sense in entering a marriage unless it’s all out in the open. . News & Politics getting married legalities of marriage matrimony pre-existing children tax issues

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Hail to the Chief? Nation’s Top Cops Face Sagging Morale, Political Sniping

The Crime Report

Photo by William Johns via Flickr. It’s not easy being a police chief. What some call one of the most difficult jobs in America takes a stiff toll on the men and women who run the nation’s 18,000-plus law enforcement agencies.

US Supreme Court Strikes Down Federal Eviction Ban

Constitutional Law Reporter

In Alabama Association of Realtors v. Department of Health and Human Services , 594 U.S. _ (2021), the U.S. Supreme Court struck down the federal government’s ban on evictions, which was scheduled to last until October 3, 2021.

Homicides Increased at Slower Rate in 2021: PERF

The Crime Report

Major police agencies reported increases in homicides, shootings and carjackings over the first seven months of 2021, according to a survey released by the Police Executive Research Foundation (PERF).

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Negative Reviews & Online Feedback Happens - But Where Do You Go From Here?

Speaker: Adam Dorfman, Head of Product Growth at Reputation and Jeremy Shubitz, Director of Marketing at Bosley

Responding to online negative feedback can be challenging. What should you say? What should you not say? Should you even respond? In today's, your customers will be not only your biggest advocates but also your biggest critics. However, negative feedback can offer actionable insights to build a stronger product and customer experience.

How Do You Resolve a Case of Disability Discrimination at Work?

LegalReader

Its also essential that you look for signs that suggest discrimination, sometimes it may be verbal and other times it may be relative to cooperation on promotion, or financial benefits.

Can Peer Pressure Break Cycles of Violence?

The Crime Report

DeShaun Nabors and Ezekiel Taylor were two young Seattle men with a lot in common. Childhood friends, both grew up in South Seattle. Both were trying to put their lives back together after run-ins with the justice system. On Aug.

Should You Install an Installment Payment Plan for Clients?

My Shingle

Recently, the New York Times reported on the growing popularity of “buy now, pay later” services that enable consumers to purchase online products and spread the cost into manageable, interest-free installments paid over several months.

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To Fight Ransomware, Biden Administration Targets Cryptocurrency Transactions

The Crime Report

The Joe Biden administration is cracking down on the growing problem of ransomware attacks by expanding its use of sanctions to cut off digital payment systems that have allowed such criminal activity to flourish and threaten national security, reports the New York Times.

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Dominate Your Local Market With These 4 Reputation Management Strategies

Speaker: Adam Dorfman, Head of Product Growth at Reputation, & Lindsay Harrison, Marketing Coordinator, Grand Pacific Resorts

Did you know that 4 out of 5 consumers use local search and 88% use smartphones for those searches? With that in mind, I think it's safe to say your online presence is the silver bullet of your business. Think about the revenue you could be missing by not prioritizing local search optimization. Fortunately, there are a handful of steps you can take right now that will immediately impact your business's pace in local search, and we're happy to share them.

“Supreme Court low on political standing”

HowAppealing

“Supreme Court low on political standing”: Albert Hunt has this essay online at The Hill

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How to Register a Corporation

Chugh LLP

. During this 30-minute presentation, Chugh, LLP Attorneys Varduhi Danielyan and Rajashree Rajasekaran , along with Executive Director Shailesh Patel , discuss the corporate registration process for start-ups. What is a Corporation?

FBI Director Warns of Surge in Domestic Terrorism 

The Crime Report

FBI Director Christopher Wray has testified before a Senate committee that the agency’s domestic terrorism caseload has “exploded” in size since spring of 2020, report Axios and Reuters.

The Government Proposes To Obtain Everyone’s Bank Transactions To Make Sure The Wealthy Aren’t Hiding Income

AboveTheLaw

So will this proposal work? It’s possible. Tax Law IRS Small Law Firms Steven Chung Taxes

A CHRO’s Perspective on Substance Use in the Workplace: Supportive Strategies to Help Your Workforce Thrive

Speaker: Smita Das, MD, PhD, MPH, Medical Director, Psychiatry and Naj Wright, MBA, C-Suite HR Executive

Through advances in technology and access to care, managers can be empowered to serve as the front line of defense to help identify employee AUD and SUD concerns before they escalate. Understanding AUD and SUD, and providing tools for your workforce to overcome the challenges that they pose, is key to fostering strong mental health at work. Join us for this important how-to discussion.

Amid Aggressive Border Enforcement, Haitian Migrants Still Being Released in the U.S.

The Crime Report

According to two U.S.

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Student Loan Debt Keeping You Up At Night? You Aren’t The Only One

AboveTheLaw

A look at how law school loans impact young lawyers. Law Schools Law School Debt Trivia Question of the Day

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“There’s No Constitutional Right to Interracial (or Same-Sex) Marriage, Says the Architect of the Texas ‘Heartbeat Bill’; It’s the one amicus brief supporting Mississippi’s abortion restriction that takes a wrecking ball to the Supreme Court’s fundamental-rights precedents”

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“There’s No Constitutional Right to Interracial (or Same-Sex) Marriage, Says the Architect of the Texas ‘Heartbeat Bill’; It’s the one amicus brief supporting Mississippi’s abortion restriction that takes a wrecking ball to the Supreme Court’s fundamental-rights precedents”: Dale Carpenter has this post at “The Volokh Conspiracy ”

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Lawyer Whose Practice Consists Of Anti-Mask And Anti-Vax Lawsuits Says He’s ‘Not Making Much Off Of This’

AboveTheLaw

Quite the niche law practice he's got here. Small Law Firms COVID-19 Masks Quote of the Day Thomas Renz Vaccines

Building a 5-Star Online Reputation for Your Business

Speaker: Brent Werbeck, GetMoreReviews Co-Founder

Trying to figure out how to turn your happy customer’s comments into 5 star reviews may seem like a daunting task. From internal feedback to Google reviews, what is "really" the way to go? Join Brent Werbeck, Co-Founder of Get More Reviews, in this discussion of how to foster and grow your business's 5-star online reputation.

“4th Circuit vacates earlier order, rendering 2A lawsuit moot”

HowAppealing

“4th Circuit vacates earlier order, rendering 2A lawsuit moot”: Tyler Hammel of The Daily Progress of Charlottesville, Virginia has this report. Denise Lavoie of The Associated Press reports that “ Court throws out ruling on handgun sales to people under 21.” ” Jonathan Stempel of Reuters reports that “ U.S. appeals court erases ruling allowing gun sales to people under 21.”

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More Companies Are Pledging to Become “Net-Zero,” But What Does That Really Mean?

The Fashion Law

You will probably hear the term “net-zero emissions” a lot over the coming weeks as government leaders and CEOs, under pressure, talk about how they will reduce their countries’ or businesses’ impact on climate change.

“Mississippi voting rights case is argued at US appeals court”

HowAppealing

“Mississippi voting rights case is argued at US appeals court”: Emily Wagster Pettus of The Associated Press has this report. And Sabrina Canfield of Courthouse News Service reports that “ Full Fifth Circuit hears challenge to Mississippi felony voting ban; An en banc rehearing centered on the permanent disenfranchisement of Mississippians convicted of certain felonies through a constitutional amendment passed during the Jim Crow era.”

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Study Explores How to Protect Domestic Violence Survivors

The Crime Report

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Process Serving Made Easy: Serve in All 50 States Using One Platform

Speaker: PROOF

PROOF has revolutionized service of process. Using our online platform, create serve requests nationwide and receive live updates with mapped verification of each attempt. PROOF’s technology provides users with complete transparency from start to finish.

“Prison strip-search case pits religious rights against transgender rights; An appeal by a Muslim inmate is testing what Wisconsin considers more important: the inmate’s religious beliefs or a transgender prison guard’s right to be treated the same as his cisgender colleagues.”

HowAppealing

“Prison strip-search case pits religious rights against transgender rights; An appeal by a Muslim inmate is testing what Wisconsin considers more important: the inmate’s religious beliefs or a transgender prison guard’s right to be treated the same as his cisgender colleagues.” ” Dave Byrnes of Courthouse News Service has this report

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The morning read for Wednesday, Sept. 22

SCOTUSBlog

Share Each weekday, we select a short list of news articles, commentary, and other noteworthy links related to the Supreme Court. To suggest a piece for us to consider, email us at roundup@scotusblog.com.

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“SC Supreme Court issues Heritage Act ruling, calling vote measure an ‘overreach'”

HowAppealing

“SC Supreme Court issues Heritage Act ruling, calling vote measure an ‘overreach'”: John Monk and Emily Bohatch of The State of Columbia, South Carolina has this report. Seanna Adcox of The Post and Courier of Charleston, South Carolina reports that “ SC Supreme Court keeps part of Heritage Act intact, strikes supermajority vote approval.”

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