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Families, Inc.

Allison Anna Tait, Corporate Family Law, 112 Nw. U. L. Rev. 1 (2019). Melissa Murray From Dallas and Dynasty to Hobby Lobby, NewsCorp, and the First Family, American culture is replete with the successes (and failures) of family businesses. But interestingly, even … Continue reading

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U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, Dimond Rigging Company, LLC v. BDP International, Inc.; Logitrans International, LLC, Docket No. 18-3615, Boggs, Circuit Judge, recommended for full-text publication

Maritime LawMaritime ContractBill of LadingCarriage of Goods by Sea ActContract of CarriageCarrierShipperShip’s ManagerFreight ForwarderOTIHimalaya ClauseStatute of LimitationsEstoppelLicensing RequirementsFMC RegulationsNon-Vessel Operating Common Carrier (“NVOCC”)Lloyd’s ListHague-VisbyJ. Mar. L. & Com.(…) Dimond hired BDP to ship the Equipment. Dimond asserted that BDP did … Continue reading

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Federal Securities Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against Fusion Connect, Inc. (FSNN)

A federal securities class action lawsuit has been filed on behalf of investors against cloud computing company Fusion Connect, Inc. (FSNN). If you are an investor and have suffered a loss with this company, you may be able to recover … Continue reading

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The Service has Commerciality and [maybe] Private Benefit Hopelessly Wrong in Panera Bread Foundation, Inc. v. Commissioner (Part II)

Yesterday, I talked about the Service's assertion that Panera Bread Foundation, Inc.'s tax exempt status should be revoked because the Foundation violates the commerciality doctrine. The second basis for revocation, according to the Service is that Panera Bread Foundation violates… … Continue reading

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Patent case: Natural Alternatives International Inc. v. Creative Compounds LLC, USA

Thomas LongClaims for methods of administering beta-alanine to increase muscles’ working capacity were valid treatment claims, not merely directed to natural laws. Claims for the supplement products and means of making them were directed to specific formulations, not natural phenomena. … Continue reading

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