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News@Law, 04/26/2016

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The Dallas Morning News
Blind law students file suit against Dallas bar exam prep company
Dallas-based BarBri Inc. continues to violate the Americans with Disabilities Act by failing to properly accommodate blind law students who use BarBri’s online and other services to prepare for the bar exam, a lawsuit filed Monday in Dallas federal court claims. In a class action lawsuit, three named plaintiffs are asking the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas to order BarBri, the largest bar exam preparation course provider in the country, to adjust its services to fully accommodate blind law students and to compensate the dozens to hundreds of affected blind students that have each paid thousands of dollars to use BarBri’s prep courses. The three named plaintiffs, Claire Stanley, Derek Manners and Christopher Stewart, plan to take the July bar exam, which they need to pass to become licensed lawyers...Manners, who received his Bachelor’s degree at the University of Texas, will graduate from Harvard Law School this spring.
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Watch: Date Labeling Confusion Causes Food Waste, Consumer Uncertainty
A new short film produced in partnership by the Harvard Food Law and Policy Clinic (FLPC) and Racing Horse Productions spotlights how the confusion around expiration date labels contributes to food waste in America. "EXPIRED? Food Waste in America" looks at the specific example of milk in Montana, where the state law requires the sell-by date on all milk to be no later than twelve days after pasteurization. "After the sell-by date passes, the milk may not be sold or donated. As a result of the law, thousands of gallons of milk have been thrown away, and milk prices in the state have risen," writes Harvard Law Today...According to FLPC Director Emily Broad Leib, "date label confusion harms consumers and food companies, and it wastes massive amounts of food, which harms the planet.
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Bloomberg
How to Say ‘Privacy’ in U.S. and UK English
An op-ed by Noah Feldman. Americans think they have a God-given right -- or least a constitutional one -- to the details of celebrity sex lives. Yet disclosures of private information can be sanctioned by law after the fact, as Gawker learned recently when Hulk Hogan recently won a huge verdict against it for publishing his sex tape. There’s another way to deal with undesirable speech. In the UK, the Supreme Court heard arguments last week in the case of a major celebrity who has used the courts to block publication of an article alleging that his spouse was involved in a threesome outside their well-publicized marriage. The British way shows impressive respect for privacy. At the same time, the Internet has made it seem obsolete because the celebrity’s name can be found online after a few Google searches.
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The Washington Post
A manifesto to mend our politics
It has become a truism that the American political system is suffering from dysfunction. But weirdly, even the insurgent candidates, Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders, don’t talk much about how they would fix it. This is a populist insurgency without a clear manifesto. So it’s refreshing to hear Rep. John Sarbanes (D-Md.) present a detailed action plan to try to repair what’s broken...Sarbanes presents his proposal in the current issue of the Harvard Journal on Legislation. It’s a simple idea: Congress should free itself from big-money, special-interest domination by encouraging an alternative system of small contributions that would be matched with public funds.
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