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It Was ‘Drop Everything and Read [Our Blog]’ April

If you missed any of our blog posts, including our new “Tele-Health Tuesdays” feature by Jake Harper and tips by Reece Hirsh on how to prevent and respond to healthcare data breaches, it’s never a problem because we have it … Continue reading

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Read Mueller’s Letter to Barr Complaining that the Trump-Russia Report Summary Lacked ‘Context’

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Mueller report raises fears of Trump’s ‘mental capacity’: Read the mental health assessment report

Raw Story reports that a group of psychiatrists has combed through special counsel Robert Mueller’s report on Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election and have concluded that it raises several questions about President Donald Trump’s “mental capacity.” The report, … Continue reading

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Daily Read: Crawford and Simon on Due Process and Tax at SCOTUS

The United States Supreme Court heard oral arguments in North Carolina Dept of Revenue v. Kimberley Rice Kaestner 1992 Family Trust posing the question of whether a state's taxation of a trust based solely on the residence of a beneficiary… … Continue reading

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Considering the strong policy of including all public employees within the ambit of the Taylor Law, authority to designate certain employees managerial or confidential is to be read narrowly

For the purposes of Article 14 of the Civil Service Law, the Taylor Law, the term "public employee" means any person holding a position by appointment or employment in the service of a public employer except:[1] judges and justices of … Continue reading

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