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Mayer: The Promises And Perils Of Using Big Data To Regulate Nonprofits

Lloyd Hitoshi Mayer (Notre Dame) has posted his article, The Promises and Perils of Using Big Data to Regulate Nonprofits, to SSRN (forthcoming in the Washington Law Review). Here is a brief abstract: For the optimist, government use of “Big… … Continue reading

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The Perils of Voting by Mail

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Extricating the United States from Yemen: Lessons on the Strategic Perils of Partnered Operations

Editor’s Note: The war in Yemen has gone from bad to worse, and pressure is mounting for the United States to cut its support for Saudi Arabia's failed intervention in the country. But the lessons from this disastrous experience go … Continue reading

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Contractor Perils For Not Meeting SBA Small Business Size Standards and NAICS Size Standard Appeals

What are Small Business Size Standards?  A small business size standard in government contracting is stated by either the number of employees or average annual receipts. The limitations and legal standards articulate the largest size that your small business (including … Continue reading

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The Perils of Portmanteau Names

– Mark Prus, Principal, NameFlash A portmanteau is a linguistic blend of words in which parts of multiple words are combined into a new word. Common language examples include smog, which is a combination of the words smoke and fog, and … Continue reading

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