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States Continue to Chip Away at Donor Anonymity for Politically Active Nonprofits (Missouri and Washington)

With the nonprofit created by now former Governor Eric Greitens very much in the news, the Missouri Ethics Commission (MEC) issued an advisory opinion clarifying that nonprofits are considered "committees" and so subject to registration and public reporting of donor… … Continue reading

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Is Kraninger’s Nomination to Head Bureau a Tactical Choice to Continue Mulvaney’s Policy Trajectory?

President Trump formally nominated Kathy Kraninger to become the new head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (the “Bureau”) on June 18, 2018. While this nomination was a surprise to many due to Kraninger’s apparent lack of financial or consumer … Continue reading

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Restrictions On Religion Around The World Continue To Increase

The Pew Forum this week released its 9th annual study of restrictions on religion imposed by countries around the world.  The 124-page report (full text) says in part:Restrictions on religion around the world continued to climb in 2016, according to … Continue reading

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Minnesota Courts Continue to Disfavor Non-Compete Agreements

Non-Competes Should Be Entered Into Prior to Offers of Employment and Discussed at Initial Job Interviews   Last week, the Minnesota Appellate Court in Safety Center, Inc. v. Stier struck down a non-compete agreement, and while the opinion doesn’t create … Continue reading

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Doctors Continue to Swarm to DC, Md, and Va

Posted by: Salvatore J. Zambri, Esquire and Catherine Bertram, Esquire Doctors are increasingly practicing medicine in DC, Md, and Va.  This fact flatly rejects the myth that physicians are fleeing because of medical liability concerns.  The new figures from the … Continue reading

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