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Rumors of the demise of Public Service Loan Forgiveness have been greatly exaggerated

Last month this column admonished law students not to rely on the public service student loan forgiveness (PSLF) program.  The many variables of life make it a dangerous six figure bet. Shortly after publication of this advice, news broke that … Continue reading

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Davies on A Grand Game Introduction, or the Rise and Demise of "Sherlock Holmes"

Ross E. Davies, George Mason University Law School; The Green Bag, has published A Grand Game Introduction, or the Rise and Demise of 'Sherlock Holmes' at 2 The Newspapers 25 (2018). Here is the abstract. On April 12, 1904, “Sherlock … Continue reading

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Rumors of UDAAP’s Demise May be Exaggerated

New Priorities at the CFPB… On February 12, 2018, Acting Director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (“CFPB” or the “Bureau”) and Director of the Office of Management and Budget (“OMB”), Mick Mulvaney, released two documents that provide further insight … Continue reading

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The Future or Demise of Silicon Computer Chips

Wired.com has this interesting article on the status of computer chips, considering their past, present, and future. The devices – whose miniaturization over time set in motion the race for faster, smaller and cheaper electronics – have been shrunk so… … Continue reading

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Defections & Litigation Dropoff Led to Heller Ehrman Demise

For an update see the New York Lawyer. (Free registration required). Heller Ehrman LLP, a 118-year-old San Francisco law firm, is shutting its doors after 118 years. Chairman Matt Larrabee broke the news to the firms 500-plus employees on Thursday. The … Continue reading

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