Tag Archives: March

RESPA Seminar: Marx Sterbcow to discuss “Whither the Bureau: State UDAAP, Regulatory and Private Sector Compliance Issues, Activities and Requirements” at the 26th Annual RESPRO Conference in New Orleans on March 27, 2019

Marx Sterbcow with the Sterbcow Law Group’s RESPA Law Resource Center has been invited to speak at the Real Estate Settlement Providers Organization’s “RESPRO” 26th Annual Conference in New Orleans, Louisiana on March 27, 2019 at 8:45 AM at the Ritz … Continue reading

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Events & Opportunities: A Few More March & April 2019

Discussion panel: Reporting on Migration from Obama to Trump, Denver, 22 March 2019 [info]- Will also be livestreamed.CFP: Oxford Monitor of Forced Migration [info]- Submission deadline is 24 March 2019.Call for expressions of interest: Evaluations of UK Home Office Country … Continue reading

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March Madness Can Improve Office Morale

Any sort of office pool for tangible gain is still considered gambling. Your employees are very likely filling out their March Madness brackets right now. This year, the National Collegiate Athletic Association’s (NCAA) 81st annual college basketball tournament – dubbed … Continue reading

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March Madness and Workplace Distractions

Photo by Markus Spiske on Unsplash I’m not going to name names here, but two of the men in my family are obsessed with March Madness (I’m looking at you Kent State & UC). I am pretty sure I’m not going to be … Continue reading

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Scruggs Nation, March 6: anonymous jury, more sweet potatoes

In the Scruggs bribery case, Judge Biggers granted the governments request for an anonymous jury because of concerns of potential harassment and intimidation. Heres a copy of his order, and here is an excerpt, which I have broken up into paragraphs for … Continue reading

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