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JST partner Andrew Shore quoted by Politico regarding Twitter’s future lobbying efforts in Washington

Twitter’s handle on D.C. evolving By Alex Byers Twitter took New York on Thursday. Is Washington next? First-day trading for the company closed around $45 on the New York Stock Exchange — more than 70 percent above its initial public offering price. Now the tech titan, already an established Silicon Valley player and long a…
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2014 Survey Results: Baltimore & Washington DC’s Best Lawyers (2014 Edition)

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Jochum Shore & Trossevin, PC partner Andrew Shore quoted by The Hill

GOP finds its shutdown message By Cameron Joseph Republicans are seeking to paint Democrats as the "party of no" to help dig themselves out of a hole on the government shutdown. The effort is aimed at softening the political blow of the shutdown while buying Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) time to figure out an end…
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Jochum Shore & Trossevin, PC’s client Elio Motors appears on Good Morning America

Elio Motors appears on Good Morning America
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Microsoft Flips On Video Game Resale

Microsoft Flips on Video Game Resale By Alex Byers The company pulled a 180 yesterday on some of the policies attached to its coming Xbox One console, prompting gamers to declare victory across the Web. From the WSJ: “The Redmond, Wash., software company said it would no longer require its Xbox to connect to the…
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Watt’s confirmation would open key IP slot

Watt’s confirmation would open key IP slot By Alex Byers The House intellectual property subcommittee is preparing to undertake a massive examination — and quite possibly, revision — of the nation’s copyright laws just as the panel’s top Democrat may be headed for the exit. President Barack Obama has tapped Rep. Mel Watt (D-N.C.) as…
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Les Suiss es investiss ent le capitole (The Swiss invest in the Capital)

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2013 Survey Results: Baltimore & Washington DC’s Best Lawyers (2013 Edition)

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Publishers Challenge Book Resale Ruling

Publishers Challenge Book Resale Ruling By April Dembosky As US publishers are poised to take their battle to stop books bought abroad being resold in the US to Congress, after the Supreme Court ruled against them in a case that will have broad implications for global commerce. In the case of Kirtsaeng v Wiley, the…
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ATR Teams with CDT, ACLU to Launch New ECPA Advocacy

ATR Teams with CDT, ACLU to Launch New ECPA Advocacy By Alex Byers As talk about email privacy rules ramps up again in Washington, digital due process proponents are looking at the 113th Congress as the best chance yet to notch a victory — and they’re forming another coalition to help put the hammer down.…
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