Fake law firm website uses real lawyers’ pictures to fleece consumers, bar lawsuit says

  The Houston Bar Association has filed a lawsuit seeking to shut down a fake law firm website that is using the pictures of real lawyers in an apparent scam targeting elderly people. The fake law firm is called Walsh & Padilla, and it purports to offer estate planning services, the Houston Chronicle reports. In reality, the website appears to be operated from South Africa, and it uses photos of lawyers taken from real law firm websites, the suit says. … Continued

SCOTUS rules Arkansas must include names of gay spouses on birth certificates; Gorsuch dissents

  The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday ruled that the U.S. Constitution requires the state of Arkansas to list gay spouses on birth certificates. The per curiam decision (PDF) granted cert and summarily overturned a ruling by the Arkansas Supreme Court. Justice Neil M. Gorsuch dissented, in an opinion joined by Justices Clarence Thomas and Samuel Anthony Alito Jr. State law in Arkansas generally requires a male spouse to be listed on the birth certificate when a woman gives birth. … Continued

Tweaking Windows 10 – TweakHound

IF YOU WANT THE BEST ADVICE ON THE WEB ABOUT USING AND CONFIGURING WINDOWS 10 AND THE LATEST ITERATION “CREATOR’S EDITION”, THIS IS THE SITE.  ERIC VAUGHN NEVER CEASES TO AMAZE ME WITH HIS LOVE FOR GETTING UNDER THE HOOD OF THIS BEAST AND MAKING IT WORK SO MUCH BETTER THAN OUT OF THE BOX.!! Tweaking Windows 10 Creators Update A guide to tweak and optimize Windows 10. Updated for Windows 10, Creators Update. Lasted edited 13 June, 2017 tweak … Continued

Supreme Court decision allows resale of used ink cartridges despite patent holder restriction

  A patent holder that restricts the reuse or resale of its printer ink cartridges can’t invoke patent law against a remanufacturing company that violates the restriction, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday. The court ruled that Lexmark International’s patent rights are exhausted with its first sale of the cartridges, despite restrictions it tried to impose. Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. wrote the opinion (PDF), joined in full by six justices. Justice Neil M. Gorsuch didn’t participate in … Continued