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Fourth District Holds City Violated CEQA By Refusing To Recognize Exemption For Single Family Residence Project And Attempting To Subject Owner’s Already Authorized And Completed Demolition Action To Retroactive Environmental Review (Yet Absolves City From Liability For Regulatory Taking)

In a published opinion filed September 18, 2018, the Fourth District Court of Appeal (Div. 1) affirmed a judgment granting a writ setting aside the City of San Diego’s (City) decision to subject a coastal development permit (CDP) application for … Continue reading

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Cryptocurrencies held subject to US federal securities laws

For the first time, a US federal court has ruled that in appropriate circumstances cryptocurrencies can be subject to the provisions of US securities laws. In U.S. v. Zaslavskiy, No. 1:17-cr-00647, slip op., 2018 WL 4346339 (E.D.N.Y. Sept. 11, 2018), … Continue reading

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Woodstock Financial Group Advisor Joseph Derrico Subject to Complaint Over Excessive Trading

According to BrokerCheck records kept by The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) Woodstock Financial Group, Inc. (Woodstock Financial) broker Joseph Derrico (Derrico) has been subject to two disclosed customer complaints, one regulatory complaint, and one criminal matter.  The regulatory action … Continue reading

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Target or Subject?

When there is an investigation into an environmental crime, typically, witnesses are called before the grand jury. On occasion, I have been asked the question by appearing witnesses: “Am I a target?” Being a “target” or a “subject” has different… … Continue reading

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When Does an Idea Become an Asset and When Does an Asset Become Subject to Marital Property Division in Maryland?

Back in the 1990s, a famous politician once responded to a question under oath by noting that “it depends on what the meaning of ‘is’ is.” While that answer might be puzzling to some, the reality is that, in the … Continue reading

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