Tag Archives: Shifting

Shifting the Focus of Legal Education Back to Just That: Education

I read an article a while ago that has stayed with me titled “Law Schools are Bad for Democracy.”  Given the extraordinary times in which we find ourselves today, I want to be able to disagree.  Law Schools may be … Continue reading

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Improper Basis Shifting in a 1031 Transaction

Contrary to what some people believe, tax avoidance doesn’t normally constitute a crime. Tax fraud is a crime, as is tax evasion. But the avoidance of tax doesn’t necessarily constitute a criminal offense.  That is, provided that the person avoiding … Continue reading

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State Constitutions in the Era of a Shifting Supreme Cour

“The Rockefeller Institute of Government and the Government Law Center at Albany Law School recently hosted “How Can State Constitutions Respond to a Shifting Supreme Court?” to examine the role state constitutions can play if the Supreme Court begins to … Continue reading

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Shifting Law on Embedded Content

We do it all the time, but is it legal? Maybe. Maybe not. Embedding content from one source, e.g., a website, into another source, e.g., another website, is not uncommon. News sites embed photographs from Instagram, twitter messages, and videos … Continue reading

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Los Angeles Daily Journal Publishes Small Firm Profile on the McKennon Law Group PC Entitled “Shifting Allegiance: No Longer Insurers’ Advocates, McKennon Law Group Attorneys Stand Up for Policyholders”

In the May 7, 2018 issue of the Los Angeles Daily Journal, Daily Journal Staff Writer Melanie Brisbon authored a “small firm profile” article on the McKennon Law Group PC.  The article covers the firm’s path to success, starting with … Continue reading

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