Tag Archives: Always

Equitable Doesn’t Always Mean Equal: The Rules of Marital Property Division in Florida

When you find yourself facing a divorce, there may be several financial concerns on your mind. One of those concerns may be the distribution of marital assets that the court will order as part of the resolution of the divorce … Continue reading

Posted in Divorce Law | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

The Elephant in the Room – how we aren’t always as objective as we like to think

Over the August bank holiday weekend a number of the transparency project team went to the Byline Festival in East Sussex. The festival was a mixture of music, rain, and workshops, talks and interviews about journalism (next year by the … Continue reading

Posted in Family Law | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment

From the P&C files: *Always* read the fine print….

Original content copyright © InsureBlog Read more detail on Recent Insurance Law posts –

Posted in Insurance | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

Supporting Religion is Not Always Good for Religious Freedom

Some supporters of Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court praise him as a warrior for religious liberty. They cite, e.g., his written opinions on contraception and public prayer, as well as his earlier private lawyer amicus briefs for … Continue reading

Posted in Law Professors | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

Do Merger Efficiencies Always Mitigate Price Increases?

Zhiqi Chen, Carleton University – Department of Economics, and Gang Li, Nanjing University – Department of Economics ask Do Merger Efficiencies Always Mitigate Price Increases? ABSTRACT: In a Cournot model with differentiated products, we demonstrate that merger efficiencies in the… … Continue reading

Posted in Business law | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment