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Sparring With Section 230: A New Content Moderation Challenge

October 28, 2020

Cris Armenta of Armenta & Sol in San Diego is representing 15 "conservative" YouTubers who claim the platform violated their contractual and constitutional rights when it removed their content as part of an initiative to clear the cite of QAnon videos and other "harmful" conspiracy theories. 

15 plaintiffs are suing the tech giant and claim it was coerced into action by the government.

October 27, 2020

A group of YouTubers whose channels were deleted earlier this month amid a purge of conspiracy theory content from the site are suing the tech giant for allegedly violating their First Amendment rights to broadcast political speech on matters of public interest — and they're seeking an emergency injunction to regain access to the platform.

Weinstein Co. Must Face Sexual Assault Victims' NY Suit

June 05, 2018

-- A Delaware bankruptcy judge on Tuesday lifted The Weinstein Co.'s Chapter 11...

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