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Who doesn’t read books in America?

“About a quarter of American adults (24%) say they haven’t read a book in whole or in part in the past year, whether in print, electronic or audio form. Who are these non-book readers? Several demographic traits correlate with non-book … Continue reading

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"[Sion] Jair has heard the advice that you should test yourself mentally, do sudoku, crosswords and the like. But this doesn’t work for him."

"Not long ago, he tried to do a 'coffee time' crossword. He did it every day, in five minutes. But now he just stared blankly at the newspaper. 'Do you know, I couldn’t do two or three clues,' he says, … Continue reading

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Who is it that doesn’t like Mondays?

Moylett v Geldoff and Another (unreported)  Chancery Division (Carr J) 14 March 2018 Music nerds may remember with fondness the great copyright wrangle involving Procul Harum and Bach.   The focus of that dispute was the organ line in the 1967 … Continue reading

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What to Do If You Are Injured on the Job and Your Employer Doesn’t Have Workman’s Comp?

Even if you are in an industry where you aren’t entitled to workers’ compensation, there is still the possibility that you can make a personal injury claim. Although in most cases Missouri employers are required to carry workers’ compensation, there … Continue reading

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FTC Orders – Doesn’t Warn – Bollman Hat Company to Cease Deceptive “Made in USA” Claims, Licensing “American Made Matters” Seal to Others without Proper Vetting

As we reported a few months ago, the FTC has increased its enforcement of its “Made in USA” requirements – typically through warning letters rather than formal administrative or legal proceedings. This week’s proposed Consent Order against Bollman Hat Company … Continue reading

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