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News@Law, 03/28/2016

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The New York Times
Merrick Garland Is a Deft Navigator of Washington’s Legal Circles
...[Merrick] Garland, now chief judge of the federal appeals court in Washington and President Obama’s nominee to the Supreme Court, has deftly navigated the capital’s high-powered legal circles for decades...Today, he has a talent for letting others talk about themselves. Whether in a meeting or at a party, he leans slightly toward whoever is speaking, head nodding. “He’s absorbing what he hears and integrating it,” said Martha Minow, the dean at Harvard Law School.
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Time
Is the U.S. a Hypocrite on Iran Cyberattack?
An op-ed by Jack Goldsmith. On Thursday the Justice Department indicted seven Iranians for distributed denial of service (“DDoS”) attacks in 2011-2013 against 46 companies (mostly in the financial sector). The indictment alleges that Iran’s Revolutionary Guard sponsored the attacks. David Sanger of the New York Times reports that intelligence experts have long speculated that attacks “were intended to be retaliation for an American-led cyberattack on Iran’s main nuclear enrichment plant.” Sanger adds that “Iran’s computer networks have been a primary target of the National Security Agency for years, and it is likely that in penetrating those networks — for intelligence purposes or potential sabotage — the N.S.A. could have traced the attacks to specific computers, IP addresses or individuals.” Assuming these experts’ speculations are right, the Iranians were indicted for retaliating against U.S. cyberattacks on Iran’s nuclear weapons infrastructure, and they got caught because the NSA had penetrated Iranian networks. On its face this seems hypocritical. Might the U.S. indictments nonetheless be justified?
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The Huffington Post
There Is A New Plan To Stop Wall Street Raiders From Preying On Main Street Companies
A new Senate bill tries to make it just a little bit harder for activist hedge funds to exploit healthy companies rather than invest in their future. Sen. Tammy Baldwin (D-Wis.) and Jeff Merkley (D-Ore.) introduced the Brokaw Act on Thursday, which would strengthen disclosure requirements for activist hedge funds that buy parts of companies. Activist hedge funds, unlike other hedge funds, become deeply involved in the companies in which they buy a stake, steering them in a direction that most benefits the fund...Defenders of the bulk of activist interventions, like Harvard Law School’s Mark Roe, argue that its downsides are exaggerated, and that the dearth of corporate investment represents a prudent response to a “weak economy.”
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Why a JD Might Be Your Ticket to a Career in Tech
...The general-counsel role — the top attorney at a company — once consisted of interpreting laws already on the books and handling shit storms that might arise. Today, though? For some technology companies on the bleeding edge, there’s little common law to pull from. Much of Silicon Valley’s dream work “is not really clearly governed by any well-defined existing bodies of law,” says Vivek Krishnamurthy, clinical instructor at Harvard Law School’s Cyberlaw clinic. Which means that knowing the law might help you write the law. For now, experts say a small yet growing group of young lawyers are stepping into tech; of the nearly 40,000 jobs reported by the class of 2014, fewer than 230 were in non-law technology companies — an option that didn’t really exist for law graduates a decade ago, according to the National Association for Law Placement.
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