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Sessions’ Rules Against Woman Previously Granted Asylum On Grounds of Domestic Abuse

On June 11, Attorney General Jeff Sessions vacated a 2016 decision by the Board of Immigration Appeals that could have significant consequences for victims of domestic abuse and gang violence who are applying for asylum in the United States. The … Continue reading

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IRS Confirms That Previously Delayed Tax Refunds Should Be Arriving Soon

Shutterstock Looking for your tax refund? The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has announced that tax refunds for taxpayers who claimed the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) and the Additional Child Tax Credit (ACTC) should begin arriving in bank accounts or … Continue reading

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Drowsy Driving Causes More Car Accidents and Injuries Than Previously Thought

As Fort Lauderdale car accident lawyers, we are always on the watch for news which our clients and friends can use to help prevent deadly Florida car accidents. Along those lines, a recent report demonstrates that drowsy driving, where drivers … Continue reading

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New Uses of Old Works: May a Licensee Exploit Previously Licensed Content Without the Consent of the Copyright Owner?

Published in BNA Patent, Trademark & Copyright Journal, 79 PTCJ 607, 3/19/10. Technology continues to create attractive new products, including e-books and iPods, that give users access to a vast number of previously licensed copyrighted works. But when a new … Continue reading

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New Uses of Old Works: When May a Licensee Exploit Previously Licensed Content without the Consent of the Copyright Owner?

New uses of old works are everywhere. Our cell phone wallpaper may be a wonderful family photo taken years ago. An ebook lets us read and bookmark a favorite novel. But when a new product exploits these works without the … Continue reading

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