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Law School Canons: The Spoils of Discovery

Editor’s Note: Avery Welker is a 1L at Mizzou and likely a future patent attorney. He is starting a new series linking law school canonical cases with intellectual property counterparts. You can email ideas for future posts to [email protected]  – Dennis Crouch By Avery Welker The first line of class notes I took in Civil Procedure during our discovery module says, “Spoliation – OLD LEGAL DOCTRINE.” I’m not sure why I felt the need to emphasize that spoliation is an old doctrine at the time, ...
Tags: Law, Google Analytics, Ubs, Hermès, Skyline, Patent, Mizzou, ArcelorMittal, Larsson, Dennis Crouch, Zubulake, Avery Welker, UBS Warburg LLC, Skyline Steel LLC Skyline Plaintiff, PilePro LLC, Skyline Steel LLC


Ducks down the stretch: 5 players to watch in the season’s final games

The race to the bottom appears to have been settled, with the Ducks winning out among a pack of challengers that included the Kings and San Jose Sharks. The Ducks have eight games remaining to play in their lost season of 2020-21. Meaningless games? No, they’re not meaningless. At least, they shouldn’t be meaningless for a number of their youngest, least experienced players, who could be given enhanced roles over the final two weeks of the season. Injuries have knocked several veterans out of th...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, NHL, San Jose Sharks, Ducks, Steel, Jones, Tampa Bay Lightning, Anaheim-ducks, Carolina Hurricanes, Ryan Getzlaf, David Backes, Hampus Lindholm, Jakob Silfverberg, Larsson


Pale Blue Dot aims to be Europe’s premier early-stage climate investor and has $100 million to prove it

When Hampus Jakobsson, Heidi Lindvall, and Joel Larsson, all well-known players in the European venture ecosystem, began talking about their new firm Pale Blue Dot, they began by looking at the problems with venture capital. For the three entrepreneurs and investors, whose resumes included co-founding companies and accelerators like The Astonishing Tribe (Jakobsson) and Fast Track Malmö (Lindvall and Larsson) and working as a venture partner at BlueYard Capital (Jakobsson again), the problems we...
Tags: Food, TC, Spotify, Europe, London, Money, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Oil, San Francisco, Tech, Investment, Economy, United States, Amsterdam, Venture Capital


Carl Grundstrom’s goal caps Kings’ rally to beat Coyotes

Kings defenseman Drew Doughty, right, skates around the Coyotes’ Clayton Keller, left, and Jakob Chychrun during the first period of Wednesday’s game at Staples Center. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez) Los Angeles Kings goaltender Jonathan Quick, right, gives up a goal on a shot from Arizona Coyotes left wing Lawson Crouse, top left, during the first period of an NHL hockey game Wednesday, April 7, 2021, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez) Sound The gallery will resume in ...
Tags: Sports, Los Angeles, Sport, Ap, Soccer, Arizona, Kings, NHL, St Louis, Taylor, Staples Center, Dustin Brown, Los-angeles-kings, Carter, Jakob Chychrun, Coyotes


Ducks can’t keep pace with Coyotes in return to Honda Center

ANAHEIM — Anthony Stolarz made his second start in three games in place of injured goaltender John Gibson. Alexander Volkov scored a first-period goal in his Ducks debut after a trade last week. Jamie Drysdale recorded an assist on Volkov’s goal. Trevor Zegras returned to the lineup. The Ducks returned to Honda Center after a five-game trip and went to work chasing the Arizona Coyotes around the ice Friday. The Ducks had three days to rest and regroup after their longest trip of the season, but ...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Arizona, NHL, Ducks, Chicago Blackhawks, Anaheim-ducks, Pederson, Coyotes, Anaheim, Honda Center, Ryan Getzlaf, Arizona Coyotes, Jonathan Toews, Nicolas Deslauriers


To improve accountability, Norrsken VC ties partner compensation to its portfolio’s sustainable successes

With the close of its latest investment fund, Norrsken VC is is taking an unprecedented step in tying the compensation of its partners to the positive changes the firm’s portfolio companies have on the world — and not just their financial returns. The firm, which released its impact assessment for 2020 last week, has invested in companies that address seven of the United Nations’ seventeen sustainable development goals, and is benchmarking its performance on goals that range from the tightly mon...
Tags: Food, TC, Finance, Tech, Healthcare, United Nations, Energy Efficiency, Un, General Partner, Larsson, European Investment Fund, Norrsken Foundation, Norrsken VC, Norrsken, Tove Larsson, Agate Freimane


Edmonton Oilers 2020-21 Midseason Awards

The pandemic-shortened season has been chugging along rather quickly, and after some rough patches early on in the season, the Edmonton Oilers find themselves in a dogfight for the number one seed in the Scotia North Division. With the team now halfway through the season, we will check in on which players are deserving of our midseason awards as selected by some of our Oilers contributors at The Hockey Writers. Best Forward Julian Mongillo: Leon Draisaitl The easy answer to this quest...
Tags: Sport, Getty Images, Finland, Philadelphia, Hockey, NHL, Smith, Jim Parsons, Edmonton, Joe Sargent, Mike Smith, Luke Thomas, Edmonton Oilers, Ryan Nugent Hopkins, Oilers, Buffalo Sabres


Tyson Barrie: Key to the Oilers’ Success in the Long Term?

Many saw the Edmonton Oilers’ signing of Tyson Barrie as a low-risk, high-reward signing when he put pen to paper on a one-year, $3.75 million deal in the offseason. With Barrie currently leading the NHL in points from the back end with 30, the signing has paid off tremendously. However, with key players on the roster such as Ryan Nugent-Hopkins and Adam Larsson also hitting free agency this year, Edmonton will need to make a decision on whether these three main-stay roster players will be part ...
Tags: Colorado, Sport, Hockey, NHL, Edmonton, Edmonton Oilers, Ryan Nugent Hopkins, Oilers, Connor McDavid, Oscar Klefbom, Klefbom, Darnell Nurse, Adam Larsson, Tyson Barrie, Larsson, Barrie


Oilers News & Rumors: McDavid, Barrie, Larsson, Yamamoto, More

In Edmonton Oilers news and rumors update, there’s a lot of talk about Tyson Barrie this week. Most fans are elated at the fact he’s producing at such a high offensive level. Others are still pessimistic he’s worth taking a look at on an extension. Meanwhile, Connor McDavid is getting high praise from his head coach and there’s news on extension talks with players like Adam Larsson and Ryan Nugent-Hopkins. Finally, there are some lineup changes heading into Saturday’s game against the Winnipeg J...
Tags: Sport, Jets, Hockey, NHL, Edmonton, Mike Smith, Edmonton Oilers, Ryan Nugent Hopkins, Oilers, TSN, Toronto Maple Leafs, Connor McDavid, Jujhar Khaira, Adam Larsson, Tyson Barrie, Larsson


Ducks, without Hampus Lindholm, look defenseless

If you want to know where it all started to go haywire for the Ducks, it’s best to circle the date of Feb. 27 in red ink. That’s when defenseman Hampus Lindholm fractured his wrist during a game against the Vegas Golden Knights and departed the lineup. The Ducks are 2-6-1 without Lindholm and have been outscored 42-25, or by an average of 4.7 goals to 2.8. They are 8-16-6 overall and sitting in last place in the West Division going into Thursday’s game against the Arizona Coyotes at Honda Center...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, NHL, Ducks, Denver, Anaheim-ducks, Josh, Colorado Avalanche, Arizona Coyotes, Hutton, Kevin Shattenkirk, Hampus Lindholm, Fowler, Ben Hutton, Cam Fowler


Kings done in by poor second period against Coyotes

Arizona Coyotes left wing Johan Larsson, left, and Kings left wing Andreas Athanasiou collide during the first period of Wednesday’s game at Staples Center. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill) Arizona Coyotes center Tyler Pitlick, left, tries to get a shot past Los Angeles Kings goaltender Jonathan Quick during the first period of an NHL hockey game Wednesday, March 3, 2021, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill) Sound The gallery will resume in seconds Arizona Coyotes goaltender Ant...
Tags: Sports, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Arizona, Kings, NHL, Montreal, Staples Center, Los-angeles-kings, Quick, Keller, Alexander, Derick Brassard, Coyotes, Arizona Coyotes


Oilers Have Several Options to Fill Larsson’s Role in the Offseason

After diving into Adam Larsson’s career and the importance he has to the team in a recent article, there are always other options available. Although the free-agent defense market may ... Read more Oilers Have Several Options to Fill Larsson’s Role in the Offseason
Tags: Sport, Hockey, Free Agents, Edmonton Oilers, Niklas Hjalmarsson, Adam Larsson, Larsson, Ian Cole, Evan Bouchard


Zara Larsson: 'The more hate I got, the louder I became'

One of pop’s biggest, and most outspoken, young stars, the Swedish musician now wants to leave her Twitter beefs behind – but she’ll never stop talking about the issues she cares about While some artists are keen to cultivate the perfect video call mise-en-scene (“Oh, these coffee table art books? Love them!”), or tap up their stylist for designer loungewear, the Swedish pop star Zara Larsson doesn’t have time for that. Literally. “I didn’t know this interview was going to be on Zoom!” she apolo...
Tags: Music, Culture, Pop and rock, Stockholm, Larsson, Zara Larsson


Minor league debuts of Ducks prospects Trevor Zegras, Jamie Drysdale delayed again

Another day, another delay. Trevor Zegras and Jamie Drysdale, the Ducks’ top draft picks the past two years, were set to make their debuts with the San Diego Gulls of the AHL this weekend, but two exhibitions against the Ontario Reign were called off because of COVID-19 protocol concerns. The exhibitions Saturday at Great Park Ice in Irvine and Sunday at Toyota Sports Performance Center in El Segundo were to be the first games for Zegras and Drysdale since they joined the Ducks for training camp...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Canada, Soccer, United States, San Diego, AHL, NHL, Ducks, Anaheim-ducks, Ontario, Kevin Shattenkirk, Hampus Lindholm, Eakin, Marc Andre Fleury, San Jose Barracuda


Denver’s Devin Cooley Signs with Nashville Predators

Photo by Lizzy Barrett/Getty Images The Nashville Predators announced on Tuesday that they signed had signed Denver goalie Devin Cooley to two-year free agent contract. Cooley took a unique path to signing his first NHL contract. He split time between the BCHL and NAHL in his final year of junior hockey, posting relatively pedestrian statistics, but showing enough promise to earn a walk-on spot as the third-string goalie for the University of Denver. He only saw 20 minutes of playing time...
Tags: Sport, Nashville, Hockey, NHL, Denver, Nahl, Nashville Predators, Larsson, Cooley, Devin Cooley, Mike Richter, Chris Dilks, Tanner Jaillet, Jaillet, Filip Larsson, University of Denver He


COVID-19’s Effect on the Edmonton Oilers

Edmonton Oilers general manager Ken Holland made a lot of small, speculative bets last summer, a few which panned out, a few more which still show promise, and he’s going to have to make a lot more as he reduces payroll to fit the new economic reality imposed by the COVID-19 crisis. The possible cancellation of the 2020-21 AHL season has already seen players like Philip Broberg, Joakim Nygard, Dmitri Samorukov, Raphael Lavoie, Gaetan Haas, Kirill Maksimov, Ryan McLeod and Ostap Safin loaned to E...
Tags: Sport, Gm, Finland, Holland, AHL, Hockey, NHL, Seattle, Smith, RFA, Edmonton, Edmonton Oilers, Oilers, Milan Lucic, Connor McDavid, Cam Talbot


NHL Rumors: Penguins, Panthers, Bruins, Canadiens, Oilers, More

In today’s NHL news and rumors rundown, the Pittsburgh Penguins have hired Washington’s former coach, the Florida Panthers have hired a new GM, the Boston Bruins have some important decisions to make and only one Edmonton Oilers defenseman makes the TSN Trade Bait Board. Finally, in Montreal Jonathan Drouin is not happy about certain rumors surrounding Max Domi. Reirden Hired By Capitals On Wednesday morning, the Pittsburgh Penguins filled some of their vacant coaching positions when th...
Tags: Washington, Sport, Gm, Espn, Detroit Red Wings, Penguins, Bill, AHL, Hockey, NHL, Montreal, Columbus, Max, Florida Panthers, Capitals, Boston Bruins


Oilers News & Rumors: Russell, Larsson, Smith, Cap Penalties, More

In an Edmonton Oilers news and rumors update, the Oilers re-signed a depth forward, while a hint was dropped as to who the defenseman most likely to be traded this offseason is. There is news the Oilers are over the cap in terms of bonuses and a penalty is likely coming for next year’s salary cap, and GM Ken Holland says the team will stick with two goaltenders next season. Oilers Re-Sign Patrick Russell The Edmonton Oilers took care of some important but not necessarily critical busine...
Tags: Sport, Holland, Hockey, NHL, Edmonton, Mike Smith, Edmonton Oilers, Oilers, Russell, Koskinen, Adam Larsson, Larsson, Ken Holland, Kris Russell, Frank Seravalli, GM Ken Holland


Sabres Need to Do the Opposite of Their Offseason Instincts

“Why did it all turn out like this for me? I had so much promise. I was personable, I was bright. Oh, maybe not academically speaking, but… I was perceptive. I always know when someone’s uncomfortable at a party. It became very clear to me sitting out there today, that every decision I’ve ever made, in my entire life, has been wrong. My life is the opposite of everything I want it to be. Every instinct I have, in every part of life, be it something to wear, something to eat… It’s all been wrong....
Tags: New York, Sport, Nashville, Jerry Seinfeld, Detroit Red Wings, Hockey, NHL, Calgary Flames, Tampa Bay Lightning, New York Rangers, New York Islanders, Reinhart, Murray, George Costanza, Free Agents, Adams


Anti-Piracy Outfit Hires VPN Expert To Help Track Down The Pirate Bay

Movie companies and their anti-piracy partners are pressing ahead with their legal action to track down The Pirate Bay. The site reportedly used VPN provider OVPN, which carries no logs, but a security expert -- one that regularly penetration tests several major VPN providers -- believes that information about the notorious site could still be obtained. TorrentFreak reports: After a period of what seemed like calm, this year it became clear that the site's old enemies, Swedish anti-piracy group ...
Tags: Tech, Vpn, Torrentfreak, Larsson, Vpn Providers, Rights Alliance, OVPN, Jesper Larsson, Sara Lindback


Henrik Larsson joins Koeman’s Barca coaching staff

Madrid (AFP) – Former Sweden star Henrik Larsson and ex-Hoffenheim boss Alfred Schreuder will join new coach Ronald Koeman’s staff at Barcelona, the club announced on Friday. Larsson and Schreuder signed two-year deals. Koeman was... Visit http://www.majorleaguesoccertalk.com for the rest of the story.
Tags: Sweden, Sport, Barcelona, Soccer, Madrid, Ronald Koeman, Barca, Afp, Hoffenheim, Koeman, Henrik Larsson, Larsson, Alfred Schreuder, Schreuder


Maple Leafs News & Rumors: Analyzing Gudas & Larsson as Trade Targets

In this edition of Toronto Maple Leafs News & Rumors, I want to explore two rumours about possible offseason targets. Adam Larsson from the Edmonton Oilers and Radko Gudas from the Washington Capitals are reportedly players of interest for Maple Leafs general manager Kyle Dubas. Might they be? Maple Leafs Trade Target One: Edmonton Oilers’ Adam Larsson The Maple Leafs and the Oilers have something in common – they both need something. Toronto needs a steady right-shot defenseman and Edmo...
Tags: Column, Washington, Toronto, Sport, Hockey, NHL, Edmonton, Chicago Blackhawks, Edmonton Oilers, Brian Burke, Oilers, Washington Capitals, Maple Leafs, Toronto Maple Leafs, Ottawa Senators, Columbus Blue Jackets


Oilers News & Rumors: Larsson, Green, Greiss, More

In an Edmonton Oilers news and rumors update, there is plenty of talk about the blue line and how the Oilers might make changes to it. Who could the team possibly move and who will the club refuse to let go of? In goal, who might be on the team’s radar if they elect not to bring back Mike Smith? And, is it true that Mike Green is retiring from the NHL? Oilers Won’t Move Young Defense On a recent 31 Thoughts podcast, Elliotte Friedman and Jeff Marek took a look at the Oilers blue line sit...
Tags: Column, Toronto, Sport, Green, Rumors, Hockey, NHL, Edmonton, Chicago Blackhawks, Mike Smith, Edmonton Oilers, Oilers, Maple Leafs, Marek, Friedman, Norris


NHL Rumors: Bruins, Oilers, Maple Leafs, Penguins, More

In today’s NHL rumor rundown, the Boston Bruins are losing goaltender Tuukka Rask for the remainder of the playoffs. Why is Rask leaving in the midst of a series with the Hurricanes? There is also buzz that perhaps the Edmonton Oilers and Toronto Maple Leafs might be a good fit to make a trade. Finally, is there friction between Evgeni Malkin and coach Mike Sullivan? Rask Leaving Bruins Mid-Playoffs, Opts Out of Return Boston Bruins goaltender Tuukka Rask has opted out of the remainder o...
Tags: Toronto, Sport, Penguins, Hockey, NHL, Boston Bruins, Edmonton Oilers, Brian Burke, Bruins, Oilers, Maple Leafs, Toronto Maple Leafs, Sweeney, Athletic, Don Sweeney, Pittsburgh Penguins


Ducks sign defenseman Jacob Larsson to 2-year contract extension

The Ducks signed defenseman Jacob Larsson to a two-year, $2.4-million contract extension Thursday, another in a series of moves during their extended off-season. He was the seventh potential free agent to re-sign with the Ducks since May 1. Larsson, a 23-year-old Swede, played in 60 of the Ducks’ 71 games during their coronavirus-shortened 2019-20 season, recording two goals and nine assists. Overall, he has two goals and 14 assists in 113 games over three seasons with the Ducks, who drafted him...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Nashville, NHL, Ducks, Anaheim-ducks, Southern California, Miller, Alexander, Ryan Miller, Irwin, Alliance, Bob Murray, Michael Del Zotto, Larsson


Quiz: Do you remember these opening-day shocks?

Larsson's debut. Skovdahl's nightmare beginning. Cup winners humbled. Do you remember these stand-out opening-day shocks?
Tags: News, Larsson, Skovdahl


European VC firm Pale Blue Dot plans to fund 40 ‘planet-positive’ startups

Pale Blue Dot, a newly outed European venture capital firm focused on climate tech, announced this week the first closing of its debut fund at €53 million. Targeting pre-seed and seed stage startups, the firm says it will consider software and technology investments with a strong positive climate impact. Current areas of focus include food/agriculture, industry, fashion/apparel, energy and transportation, with plans to back up to 40 companies out of fund one. Founding partners Hampus Jakobsson, ...
Tags: Startups, TC, Europe, Sweden, Entrepreneurship, Tech, Fundraising, Venture Capital, GreenTech, Agtech, Business Incubators, Larsson, BlueYard Capital, Tat, Jakobsson, Hampus Jakobsson


Pale Blue Dot is a new early-stage fund backing ‘climate-focused’ startups in Europe

Pale Blue Dot, a new “climate only” venture capital firm located in Malmö, Sweden, is officially de-cloaking today, with a first close of €53 million. Primarily targeting startups in Europe at pre-seed and seed, the VC plans to back companies that are using technology to help solve climate problems. The aim is to invest in up to 40 companies out of this first fund, with investment tickets ranging from €200,000 to €2 million. The fund is described as sector agnostic and will consider software and...
Tags: TC, Europe, London, Sweden, San Francisco, Tech, Amsterdam, Atomico, Nordics, Larsson, Malmo Sweden, Tat, Jakobsson, Albert Wenger, Joel Larsson, Hampus Jakobsson Heidi Lindvall


Euros On This Day - 14 June: Ruthless Spain punish Republic of Ireland, Nedved sparkles and Larsson scores a stunner

BBC Sport rounds up the best archive action from 14 June in European Championship history.
Tags: News, Spain, Bbc, Larsson


‘The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo’ Standalone Series in the Works at Amazon

We haven’t seen the last of Lisbeth Salander. The skilled computer hacker, best known as the title character in Steig Larsson’s The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo novels and the subsequent movie adaptations, is going to be the subject of a standalone TV series at Amazon.  Variety reports that Amazon is developing a series centering on Lisbeth Salander, the hacker protagonist of the Millennium books. The outlet says that this show “will not be a sequel or continuation of the story from the books ...
Tags: Amazon, Television, Movies, Thriller, Bob, Sony Pictures Television, Natalie Portman, David Fincher, Claire Foy, Rooney Mara, Alicia Vikander, Amazon Studios, Larsson, Steig Larsson, Andy Harries, Lisbeth Salander