Mimesis Law
29 May 2016

Fault Lines

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Monitoring the cracks in America’s criminal justice system.

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  • Of Zero-Tolerance And Bubble Guns with JoAnne Musick | Between the Lines
    May 27 , 2016 (Mimesis Law) — Common sense flew out the window a long time ago, and a kindergarten student is suspended for playing with bubbles during recess. Citing zero-tolerance policies, Colorado school officials suspended a 5-year-old girl when she brought a clear plastic bubble gun to school. JoAnne Musick sits down with Lee […]
  • Slants' Attorney: Leave The First Amendment Out Of It | IP Flow
    May 25, 2016 (Mimesis Law) -- Ron Coleman, partner at Archer and Greiner, and lead attorney on The Slants case (Re Tam), talks with Ana Sofia Walsh about the case and its similarities with the Redskins case. Coleman analyzes the significance of the Supreme Court granting review and the effects a decision could have on […]
  • Why Did Dentons Get Into The Legal Network Business? | The Business of Law
    May 25, 2016 (Mimesis Law) -- Mark Cohen, Founder and CEO of Legal Mosaic, talks to Lee Pacchia about Dentons' recent move to create a legal network, independent of its core law firm brand. Read more at MimesisLaw.com Mimesis Law covers the business, practice and culture of law. Mimesis Labs partners with companies and organizations […]
  • Drug Prices and Drug Patents | Markman Minute
    April 13, 2016 (Mimesis Law) - As drug prices go up and up, various groups inside the government and out are trying to find ways to force them back down. Lee and Gaston Groub sit down to discuss the specific case of Xtandi, and how current trends could affect future change. Read more at MimesisLaw.com […]
  • Thinking of the Children, and of the Journalists with Popehat | Between the Lines
    And more from Popehat here: https://popehat.com/ April 13, 2016 (Mimesis Law) - One of America's bravest and hardest working journalists is 9-year-old Hilde Lysiak. She was the first journalist to report on a murder investigation in her neighborhood.Ms. Lysiak got a tip about the investigation from a source she had met through prior reporting, went […]
  • Did A Jilted Lover Dump The Mossack Fonseca Data? | Business of Law
    April 12, 2016 (Mimesis Law) - Mark Cohen is in the hot set again, this time giving us the ins and outs of Mossack Fonseca, the law firm at the center of the Panama Papers, including the possibility that the massive leak came from an unexpected source. Read more at MimesisLaw.com Mimesis' Business of Law […]
  • The Merck and Gilead Verdict Arrives | Markman Minute
    April 7, 2016 (Mimesis Law)- The verdict for the Merek and Gillad case has finally arrived, but the details of the verdict are a little surprising. Gaston Kroub and Lee sit down to hash out all the details and see if they can predict what this will mean going forward. Read more at MimesisLaw.com Mimesis’ […]
  • Can Jurors Be Racist? | Between the Lines
    Read Andrew Fleischman's article here: http://mimesislaw.com/fault-lines/is-a-racist-juror-reason-for-reversal-scotus-takes-the-case/8419 April 6, 2016 (Mimesis Law) - The Supreme Court of the United States granted cert yesterday in a case that asks an important question—if a defendant suspects that he was convicted due to the racist views of a juror, can he be constitutionally prevented from calling that juror as […]
  • DLA Piper and Lawyers on Demand Expand Partnership to Austrailia | Business of Law
    March 31, 2016 (Mimesis Law) - DLA Piper has been developing a new hybrid legal service business model with Lawyers On Demand in the UK, and this month Piper has expanded the model into Australia. Mark Cohen sits down with Lee to discuss the deals, the business models, and the possible outcomes of DLA Piper's […]
  • Blue Lives Matter Act: A Slap In The Face For Hate Crimes | Between the Lines
    Mar. 30, 2016 (Mimesis Law) — Colorado representative Ken Buck is very concerned about the health and well being of our nation’s police officers. His concern for officer safety in a world that “hates cops” is such that that he’s introduced legislation making attacks on police officers a federal hate crime. Lee sits down with […]