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Atlanta Paper Exposes Widespread Violation of Federal Law by Private Investigators and the Lawyers That Enable Them

Great work by the Atlanta Journal Constitution on an issue that’s bugged me for years: the brazen violation of federal law by investigators and the lawyers who hire them. At issue is the Gramm Leach Bliley Act, meant to protect … Continue reading

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Tweet of the Day: “Economists are Starting to Suspect that Unions Were a Better Deal than Textbooks Made Them Out To Be”

September 24 2018 This is my absolute new favourite headline on #IndustrialRelations and #LabourEconomists.   The accompanying article provides a nice, brief summary of the long-standing debates about What Unions Do and even links to the 1979 paper by Richard … Continue reading

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GSS Data Services, Inc. and Wilmington Trust Company win dismissal of law firm's suit brought against them in New York over NCSLT-related legal work

New York state court grants dismissal for lack of personal jurisdiction in favor of GSS Data Services, Inc. and Wilmington Trust Company in attorney fee fight related to legal squabble over National Collegiate Student Loan Trust ownership and control in … Continue reading

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Crisis and Consequences: The Policymakers Saved the Financial System. And America Never Forgave Them.

Ben Bernanke, Hank Paulson and Tim Geithner rescued the country from disaster, but their success had an unexpected price. Read more detail on Recent Business Law posts –

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Post-Divorce Challenges and How to Deal with Them

In some cases, divorce is really only the beginning of an end. Most couples would prefer that their first court appearance together be their last. Unfortunately, that’s not always the case. You might be surprised to learn how many former … Continue reading

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