Law360, New York (September 19, 2013, 7:47 PM EDT) -- This week's legal lions took down prey in the Fourth Circuit with a much-watched decision about online speech, and hit a bull's-eye in the Lone Star State where former House Majority Leader Tom Delay saw his money laundering conviction thrown out. But it wasn't all good news; JPMorgan counsel couldn't jump off a whale-sized hook and lawyers for an All-Star baseball player struck out.
A Fourth Circuit panel clicked its approval of an appellant argument that showing social media approval on Facebook is protected...
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