Tag Archives: Fundamental

FSOC Designation Treasury Report: A Fundamental Shift

Posted by George W. Madison, Michael E. Borden, and David A. Miller, Sidley Austin LLP, on Sunday, February 4, 2018 Editor's Note: George W. Madison and Michael E. Borden are partners and David A. Miller is an associate at Sidley … Continue reading

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PRODECON: La Observancia del Mínimo Vital como Derecho Fundamental del Contribuyente

PROCURADURÍA DE LA DEFENSA DEL CONTRIBUYENTE La Observancia del Mínimo Vital como Derecho Fundamental del Contribuyente. La SCJN, último bastión de la justicia fiscal, ha delimitado la obligación constitucional de los causantes de contribuir a los gastos públicos atendiendo a … Continue reading

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Ten fundamental actions to improve operations in a law department

Earlier I fingered the chief culprit that preserves the status quo, the single most flagrant obstacle to improvement in law department operations: a refusal to stop and think about how work is done (See my post of July 11, 2011:… … Continue reading

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A fundamental right

Two years ago, in District of Columbia v. Heller, the Supreme Court held that the 2nd Amendment guaranteed an individual, rather than collective, right to bear arms. Last year, in McDonald v. City of Chicago, the court applied the 2nd … Continue reading

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Reading is Fundamental … Reading as Visitation

Some New York children don't get to see their fathers regularly. It's not because their parents have divorced, or voluntarily parted company. It's because their fathers are incarcerated. For these dads and their children, the New York Department of Corrections … Continue reading

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