Tag Archives: October

In Case You Missed It – The Week of October 23 to 29

* After years of contamination left it dead, the Ocoee River (the white water rafting paradise) is brought back to life * Questions and lawsuits abound over whether the Canadian company TransCanada can use the power of eminent domain to… … Continue reading

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What To Do Once October LSAT Scores Are Released

You studied your buns off for months. Maybe you took an LSAT course, maybe you didn't. Regardless of how you prepped, the October LSAT came and went. If you're like the rest of us, you probably thought that actually taking … Continue reading

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AB 284 Starts October 1, 2011

Assembly Bill 284, called the "Foreclosure Reform Law", goes into effect tomorrow, October 1, 2011. Tisha Black Chernine participated in a working group along with Nevada Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto and Nevada Assembly Majority Leader Marcus Conklin in order … Continue reading

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Announcing Creepy Copyright Mondays in October

People who know me personally know that I am a huge fan of Halloween, horror movies and all things that go "bump" in the night. Every year I take a lot of time off in October to work on a … Continue reading

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SEC's New Filing Fee Rates: Effective October 1st

SEC's New Filing Fee Rates: Effective October 1st Yesterday, the SEC issued Fee Rate Advisory #3 to remind people about the new filing fee rates become effective tomorrow, as I blogged about a few weeks ago (the rate slightly declines … Continue reading

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