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Stock Market Got You Confused? 13 Questions and Answers

The stock market was down, way down, see-sawing, way up, topsy turvy, way down and then up again last week.Stock futures were rising Monday morning.You probably have a ton of questions. From CNN.http://money.cnn.com/2018/02/12/investing/stock-market-volatility-faqs/index.html Read more detail on Recent Banking and … Continue reading

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Confused About Paying Interns? The Rules Just Changed Again

By Scott R. Flick Back in 2015, I wrote a post on CommLawCenter discussing the prevalence of interns in the communications industry, and the Department of Labor’s crackdown on businesses illegally failing to pay their interns.  That crackdown began in … Continue reading

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Confused about Statutory Damages in Copyright Litigation? Join the Club. Here Are Some Answers (Part I)

Confused about statutory damages in copyright litigation? You are in good company. There are limitations on the availability and amount of statutory damages and the parties against whom statutory damages will be individually assessed, all of which create misunderstandings by … Continue reading

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Still Confused About Statutory Damages? Watch the Video Below for Some Answers

Below is the video of Andrew's PLI talk on April 30 at the 2010 Advance Copyright Seminar. He explains when you must register with the Copyright Office to be entitled to statutory damages; the number of awards of statutory damages … Continue reading

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Why lay people are sometimes confused by administrative law

Heck, why lawyers are sometimes confused by administrative law. From Byrum v. Office of Personnel Management, No. 2009-3264 (Fed. Cir. Sept. 9, 2010) (available here), slip op. at 2: Those uninitiated in the ways of government might suppose a conclusion… … Continue reading

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