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Making Real Estate Fun: Everything You Could Want – Touring The Marquis on Maple, Part 3

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Bankruptcy Appeal Could Challenge Prevailing Law Regarding Dischargeability of Student Loans

A federal appellate case has the potential to make substantial changes to the way American bankruptcy courts handle student loans. Federal bankruptcy law does not allow courts to discharge student loan debt, unless the debtor can show that they and … Continue reading

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Could Bankruptcy Save Local Pharmacies?

According to the Missouri Pharmacy Association’s CEO, times are tough for independent pharmacies in our state. Large competitors, falling prescription rates and fewer people filling prescriptions are taking a toll on corner drug stores. However, some of these pharmacies are … Continue reading

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Senator Warner’s retrogressive proposals could lead to arbitrary and capricious interventions that would harm entrepreneurs and consumers

Last week, I objected to Senator Warner relying on the flawed AOL/Time Warner merger conditions as a template for tech regulatory policy, but there is a much deeper problem contained in his proposals.  Although he does not explicitly say “big … Continue reading

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Could voluntarily performing environmental cleanup threaten insurance coverage?

This post was guest authored by Stoel Rives summer associate Nina Neff. Because of the increasing frequency of significant, often multimillion-dollar, environmental claims against businesses and individuals under environmental statutes such as the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act, it … Continue reading

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