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Is New Code Section 199A Really Going to Turn Us All Into Independent Contractors? (New Paper on SSRN)

By: Diane Ring Shu-Yi and I started a blog post on new Section 199A that morphed into a seven-page essay that ultimately found its proper home on SSRN. Here is the abstract: Is New Code Section 199A Really Going to Turn … Continue reading

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Do I Really Need To Wear A Seat Belt?

In short, YES, you need to wear a seat belt.  Here is why.  According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration seat belts saved an estimated 13,941 in 2015. Almost half of the over thirty-five thousand people killed in vehicle … Continue reading

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Are You Really Physically Safe on a Cruise Vacation?

Booking a cruise and taking a vacation is supposed to be easy and relaxing. But with so many reported injuries and accidents on cruise ships, passengers are unsure of how safe they really are. Are you worried about your personal … Continue reading

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Are Failed USPH Cruise Ship Sanitation Inspections Really Rare?

Today, the Miami Herald covered the delayed story of the Carnival Triumph flunking a November 2017 USPH inspection when it received a score of only 78. The reason why I called the story "delayed" is because Carnival crew members on … Continue reading

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When Dot Com really can make a trademark (Best of 2017)

Originally posted on September 8, 2017.In an important new ruling, Booking.com B.V. v. Matal, the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia — on an […] Read more detail on Recent Copyright posts –

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