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What’s in a Name? Apparently a Lot

Donald L. Kochan, The [Takings] Keepings Clause: An Analysis of Framing Effects From Labeling Constitutional Rights, 45 Fla. St. U. L. Rev. __ (forthcoming), available at SSRN. Carol Necole Brown “What’s in a name?That which we call a roseBy any other … Continue reading

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Guidelines on Changing Your Name in Texas

Change is the only constant in life. In some cases, the extent of these changes requires a person to change his or her name. If you want to change your name, the State of Texas has guidelines governing this procedure. … Continue reading

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Mueller's Mistake: A Criminal Trial is not an Opportunity for the Defendant to Clear his Name

by Michael C. DorfSpecial Counsel Robert Mueller accepted the Justice Department policy barring indictments of a sitting president. He could have nonetheless made a determination whether Trump would be subject to indictment based on his conduct as evaluated under the … Continue reading

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How to Reclaim Your Last Name During Divorce

Changing your last name after your divorce is an empowering step that helps signify your disconnection from your husband. You have little reason to keep his name unless you want to share the same last name with your children. The process … Continue reading

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LawFlash: What’s in a Name? FDA Proposes Updates to Its Biosimilar Naming Policy

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued an updated draft guidance on March 7 on the nonproprietary naming of biologics, titled Nonproprietary Naming of Biological Products: Update. Read more detail on Recent Administrative Law posts –

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