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Silk Road Recap

On March 10, 2015 By Michael Griffin

One month out, commentators are still digesting the conviction of Silk Road creator Ross Ulbricht. The case raises questions about the government’s investigations tactics, the lawyers’ trial strategies, and the broader implications for privacy, the internet, and the public.

As the JETLaw Blog previously reported, the Silk Road was intended to be a decentralized [...]

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Mark Cuban Mocks SEC

On October 27, 2010 By Michael Quinlan

Money is not really an issue for Mark Cuban. As the outspoken, self-made billionaire owner of the Dallas Mavericks, Cuban has been fined a staggering $2 million by NBA Commissioner David Stern over the years.  Whether he is fined for criticizing NBA refs via his Twitter-feed, criticizing NBA refs during a post-game [...]

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