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Blocking Constituents from Facebook Page Violates First Amendment–Davison v. Randall

The Chair of Loudoun County Board of Supervisors blocked a constituent on her official Facebook page. While the block was temporary, Davison, the constituent, filed a lawsuit, and prevailed after a bench trial. The Fourth Circuit affirms the main points. … Continue reading

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Turning the Page on 2018 and Looking Forward to 2019

As we turn the page and bid farewell to 2018, we look forward to 2019. This article summarizes the major changes for 2019, both in the tax area and in other areas. Read on to learn more. Turning the Page … Continue reading

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Anti-Discrimination Center – new page mapping housing segregation

The Anti-Discrimination Center: May 3, 2018 – Segregated, really segregated, or ultra-segregated? — “The 50th anniversary of the passage of the Fair Housing Act has come and gone, but startling new maps from the Anti-Discrimination Center vividly show the depth and … Continue reading

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PRA updates web page on resolution planning

On 31 August 2018, the PRA updated its webpage on changes to resolution planning under Supervisory Statement 19/13: Resolution Planning (SS19/13). SS19/13 sets out details on information that firms should submit to the PRA to facilitate resolution planning. The updated … Continue reading

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Celestyal Cruises Tries To Shut Down Fan Page

Most cruise lines would kill to have a fan page operated for free by a customer who loves to cruise with a particular company. There are several examples of popular fan pages operated by loyal fans. Like the RoyalCaribbeanBlog operated … Continue reading

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