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New Database to Research International Institutional Law: Oxford International Organizations

Posting by Sherry Xin Chen: “Oxford University Press (OUP) has just released a new database specialized in international institutional law, Oxford International Organizations (OXIO). OXIO is “the first of its kind” to aid users in their research and understanding of … Continue reading

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ACO’s: Regulations Cometh

The government came out with its final regulations for ACO’s, or Accountable Care Organizations, all 696 pages of information. As a medical practice manager, my main concern is still “How do I get paid?” The original scheme was a capitation … Continue reading

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Small Business Debt Relief – Just how Small Organizations Can Legitimately Work out Unsecured Debt

There’s no uncertainty that will recession leaves individuals hopeless in just about all ways and it has affected everyone in the same way thus small business debt relief is actually comparable to it’s for additional person consumers along with for … Continue reading

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Accountable Care Organizations: Dilemma or Opportunity

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The Constitutionality of Campaign Restrictions on Non-Profit Organizations after Citizens United

Ellen Aprill, Regulating the Political Speech of Noncharitable Exempt Organizations After Citizens United, Loyola-LA Legal Studies Paper No. 2010-57 (2010), available at SSRN. Donald Tobin Tax Law and Election Law are now unlikely bedfellows. Political campaigning is often conducted through … Continue reading

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