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Per Stirpes and Per Capita: Common Phrases, Commonly Misunderstood

The phrases "per stirpes" and "per capita" are frequently used in wills drafted by lawyers. They refer to the manner in which property is to be distributed between, or amongst, beneficiaries. Despite their frequent use, these phrases are commonly misunderstood. … Continue reading

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What do Henry Ford, Cyndi Lauper, Abraham Lincoln, and Walt Disney have in common?

They all filed bankruptcy. But what's more interesting is that it wasn't until after their bankruptcy that they went on to the success we know them for today. Henry Ford filed bankruptcy in 1901 before organizing his third, and first … Continue reading

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Doctors' remuneration schemes and hospital competition in two-sided markets with common network externalities

Posted by D. Daniel Sokol David Bardey (University of Rosario) Helmuth Cremer (Toulouse School of Economics) and Jean-Marie Lozachmeur (Toulouse School of Economics) describe Doctors' remuneration schemes and hospital competition in two-sided markets with common network externalities. ABSTRACT: This paper… … Continue reading

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Lack of Common Law Marriage in New Mexico Creates Property Division Challenges in Breakup of Unmarried Couples

As the song says, breaking up is hard to do and that adage is true in any situation. It can be even more difficult when the parties who are breaking up have children or own property together. The New Mexico … Continue reading

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Methadone Overdose a Common Type of Medication Error

Our Illinois medical malpractice attorneys know that literally millions of patients are victims of medication errors across the nation each year. From minor problems to deadly overdoses, our medication error lawyers have worked with many of these victims. It should … Continue reading

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