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Benchmarks: Gambling contract may be enforceable

Anyone who has gone to law school probably has some dim memory of being told that gambling contracts are generally unenforceable on public policy grounds. But Tuesday a California court decided that a professional poker player just might have enforceable ...

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Benchmarks: Can office sue software seller for data loss?

You always expect some glitches when your office upgrades its computer software, but when customer records go up in smoke, that’s a real nightmare. For one particularly unlucky dental office, the trouble was compounded by a limitation of liability clause ...

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