Tag Archives: ASSIGNMENTS

Reality-Testing Questions for Real Life and Simulations – and Ideas for Stone Soup Assignments

Litigation offers many potential benefits.  It can help people solve difficult problems, make relationships and institutions function properly, and promote justice.  It enables people to enlist legitimate, independent government officials to resolve disputes when the parties can’t resolve disputes themselves.  … Continue reading

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Women in Congress 1917-2018: Service Dates and Committee Assignments by Member, and Lists by State and Congress

CRS Report via FAS – Women in Congress 1917-2018: Service Dates and Committee Assignments by Member, and Lists by State and Congress. February 6, 2018. “In total, 327 women have been elected or appointed to Congress, 212 Democrats and 115 … Continue reading

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Express Employee Patent Assignments: Staying True to Intellectual Property's Credo of Rewarding Innovation

Express Employee Patent Assignments: Staying True to Intellectual Property's Credo of Rewarding InnovationPaul SpielEmployees often assign away rights without knowing they are doing so, introducing what some have called ”cube-wrap” contracts. In ProCD, the 7th Circuit concluded that shrink-wrap agreements … Continue reading

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Jeff Landry secures new committee assignments

Jeff Landry secures new committee assignments BATON ROUGE — Congressman-elect Jeff Landry won’t officially represent Terrebonne and Lafourche parishes on Capitol Hill for another couple of weeks, but he already knows where he’ll be spending a considerable amount of his … Continue reading

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Some Chapter 7 Trustees Beginning To Fight Mortgage Lenders Over Defective Mortgage Assignments

Motions for relief from stay filed by mortgage lenders are usually a formality when the Chapter 7 debtor intends to walk away from the property and the property has no equity. The debtor typically does not contest the bank's motion … Continue reading

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