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Opening Volleys in South Dakota v. Wayfair

By Adam Thimmesch Much of the tax world is currently focused on federal tax reform, and rightfully so. The speed with which the Republicans are pushing a bill through Congress has required an intense burst of attention, and academics evaluating … Continue reading

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Levin & Perconti Nursing Home Lawsuit Against ManorCare at South Holland Settles for $1.75 Million

This week our Chicago nursing home neglect attorneys at Levin & Perconti announced the conclusion of two separate Illinois nursing home neglect cases against ManorCare at South Holland. Both lawsuits were settled with the facility without the need to go … Continue reading

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South Sudan: a new Guide to Law Online page

On July 9, 2011, South Sudan declared its independence and became the 54th African nation and 193rd member of the United Nations. Accordingly, the Law Library has added a page on South Sudan to the Guide to Law Online (http://www.loc.gov/law/help/guide.php). … Continue reading

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South Dakota Rural Areas Need Lawyers

When I was in law school, the need for attorneys to practice in rural areas was a topic much discussed among the students and the faculty. Chief Justice Gilbertson, of the South Dakota Supreme Court, even came to the law … Continue reading

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Federal appeals court partially upholds South Dakota abortion consent law

[JURIST] The US Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit [official website] on Friday partially upheld [opinion, PDF] a South Dakota law which expanded the requirements for informed consent for abortion [HB 1166 materials]. The court upheld the provision that … Continue reading

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