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Thursday, May 23, 2024


Old Models, New Practices
Splunk GC Scott Morgan says the Wild West mentality of the technology sector presents a challenge to thoughtful attorneys to provide calibrated advice.

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California’s new Democratic senator, Laphonza Butler, will take over for the late Sen. Dianne Feinstein on the Senate Judiciary Committee, making it possible for confirmations of President Joe Biden’s judicial nominees to move forward.
Appeals court panel appears puzzled by arguments in asylum seeker case
A 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals panel on Monday seemed confused by arguments by attorneys for Al Otro Lado Inc. and the federal government concerning whether to enforce a Biden administration rule turning back asylum seekers who sought to cross the border without making an appointment on a smartphone app.
Social media companies argue against public nuisance claims
Counsel for social media companies including Meta, Snapchat and YouTube argued against public nuisance claims brought by multiple school districts who say their products are damaging to students’ mental health at a hearing on Monday.
A plumbing issue at Lake Powell dam could mean big trouble for Western water
Conservation groups are calling for changes to the management of Lake Powell, the nation’s second largest reservoir, after the discovery of damaged plumbing within the dam that holds it back.

Judge Judy sues tabloid publisher over false claim she supports Menendez brothers
Judith Sheindlin, who presided over televised small claims cases for 25 years as “Judge Judy,” sued the publisher of supermarket tabloids for writing that she was working to get a new trial for Erik and Lyle Menendez, the brothers who killed their parents in 1989 in Beverly Hills.
Border sheriffs see more ‘load car’ drivers, teens paid to smuggle migrants
It’s a “scary” trend that border county officials say is getting scarier: Mexican cartels paying teenagers from throughout the country to smuggle illegal migrants across the state as “load car” drivers.
9th Circuit ignored the law and common sense

The Ninth Circuit’s decision on Thurs., May 9, in United States v. Duarte, striking down a federal law keeping convicted felons from having guns, ignored both the law and common sense.
Apple defends iCloud service against antitrust claims
Attorneys for Apple Inc. asked a federal judge in San Jose to toss a putative antitrust class action against its iCloud service, saying consumers are not required to sign up for cloud storage with the tech giant to use other Apple products.
Phoenix attorney Ruth Carter explains how to protect your rights to blogs and other online collective works.
Jennings, Strouss & Salmon attorney Patrick F. Welch discusses his participation with the Arizona-Mexico Commission and how Jennings Strouss attorneys can assist clients with business transactions in Arizona.
Jennings Strouss & Salmon's Managing Attorney J. Scott Rhodes discusses client selection and ways that seeking counsel can help attorneys manage client relations.
Jennings, Strouss & Salmon attorney Patrick F. Welch discusses vehicle dealer bonds.

Attorney General Eric Holder responds to the Supreme Court's ruling on the Voting Rights act.
Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne explains how Arizona is still able to ensure voters are actually citizens before they register to vote.
Jennings, Strouss & Salmon, PLC, a leading Phoenix-based law firm, announced the May opening of its Yuma office. Shanna Bowman Orlich and Wayne Smith will be the primary attorneys at the Jennings Strouss Yuma office. 
Arizona State Bar Admission Cermony
The Arizona Supreme Court expects an opinion in the State v. Boyston case, which involved a brutal triple homicide. Here are the oral arugments for that case, heard on Oct. 12, 2012.
Video of the Arizona Supreme Court's open discourse.
These oral arguments arise on automatic appeal arises from Defendant Efren Medina’s death sentence for the murder of Carle Hodge on September 30, 1993.
In a case that pits the Parents Bill of Rights against voluntary consent of drawing blood, oral arguments made last week will decide the fate of evidence against Tyler B, a minor.
In The Record Reporter's Forum Section Goldwater Institute's Christina Sandefur weighs in on property rights issues facing owners with Prop 207 while Grady Gammage weighs in on the perspective of developers. What's the story behind Prop 207 in Arizona? Watch this video and find out.
Arizona's Secretary of State Ken Bennett talks about what he thought of the Supreme Court of the United States and the chances that the Court will rule Arizona's voter registration rule unconstitutional.

A Q&A with Lloyd Braun, the entertainment lawyer who helped develop some of the biggest hits in television history.