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Don’t plan on student loan forgiveness, law students

Just over ten years ago I started law school.  My legal education cost a great deal more than my undergraduate schooling, but I didn’t really worry because I was certain that my federal loans would be forgiven.  I had no … Continue reading

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SARAH HOYT: How to Write When You Don’t Want To. To paraphrase Samuel Johnson, depend upon it, si…

SARAH HOYT: How to Write When You Don’t Want To. To paraphrase Samuel Johnson, depend upon it, sir, when a man knows he has a deadline looming in a fortnight, it concentrates his mind wonderfully. Particularly in the last two … Continue reading

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Many Facebook users don’t understand how the site’s news feed works

“A sizable majority of U.S. adults use Facebook and most of its users get news on the site. But a new Pew Research Center survey finds that notable shares of Facebook users ages 18 and older lack a clear understanding of … Continue reading

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Don’t Accept the Position of Trustee of a Special Needs Trust Before You Answer These 5 Questions

If someone asks you to serve as trustee of a Special Needs Trust set up for someone with special needs, you should consider that a great honor. That means the family trusts and respects you. But, before you accept the … Continue reading

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(Don’t) Knock it Off!

The prevalence of counterfeit goods in Canada reflects weak laws and almost non-existent criminal enforcement within the country, resulting in an appearance of very limited protection for the intellectual property rights of brand owners. As discussed in a recent post … Continue reading

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