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Forthcoming: Matthew H. Birkhold, Characters Before Copyright (OUP, 2019) @OxUniPress

Matthew H. Birkhold, Assistant Professor of German and Assistant Professor of Law, The Ohio State University, is publishing Characters Before Copyright: The Rise and Regulation of Fan Fiction in Eighteenth-Century Germany (Oxford University Press, 2019). Here from the publisher's website is … Continue reading

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Matthew Kolken on the Shutdown over Funding for Trump's Wall

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Matthew Kolken quoted in Business Insider:

Matthew Kolken, an immigration attorney in Buffalo, New York, echoed these sentiments and suggested an alternative to a physical border wall."As I like to say the most effective wall is an immigration law that permits immigrants to come here legally," … Continue reading

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Matthew Schorr has been selected as the 2018 recipient of the Robert W. Criscuolo Award

On Monday, September 24, 2018, Matthew J. Schorr, an attorney with employment law firm Schorr & Associates, PC, was presented with the prestigious Robert W. Criscuolo Award for outstanding young lawyer of 2018. This award is presented annually by the … Continue reading

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Matthew Rheingold responds to NJ.com query, “Sick of N.J. taxes? How to establish a new domicile”

Matthew S. Rheingold quoted. As seen in NJMoneyHelp.com/NJ.com, September 20, 2018 Q. How easy or hard is to establish residency in a different state? I believe there are 13 states that don’t tax Social Security or pensions, offering a distinct advantage … Continue reading

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