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Spanish Treasure Hunter? Not so Fast Says 11th Circuit

In a case ripped from the tales of yore or the latest installment of Pirates of the Caribbean, the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals found that the U.S. courts had no in rem jurisdiction over a sunken Spanish ship. The … Continue reading

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Constitutional questions over Florida's drug offenses on fast track to state's Supreme Court

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Last Chance to Amend Cafeteria Plans: June 30 Fast Approaches

Don't forget to fix your cafeteria plan! Remember that the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act ("PPACA") enacted a provision that provided that FSAs (flexible spending accounts) and HRAs (health reimbursement accounts) have to stop paying or reimbursing amounts expended … Continue reading

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No COBRA for Your FSA: Not So Fast!

When it comes to COBRA, we all understand it applies to the major medical health plan. But frequently, plan sponsors overlook the impact of COBRA on flexible spending accounts. Yes, COBRA does apply to FSAs so let's look at how. … Continue reading

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Small application, streamlined track: copyright licences hit the fast lane

The first decision on the small applications track in the UK's newly-streamlined Copyright Tribunal was handed down on 3 May 2011 in Archive Media Publishing Ltd v MCPS. The dispute involved the operation of the royalty provisions in the Mechanical … Continue reading

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