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Magazine articles on the legal system.
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November 1, 2007
Christopher Saunders
Internet Tax Ban Gets Extended President Bush signed into law a temporary ban on Internet taxes that had been set to expire today. mark for My Articles 118 similar articles
Investment Advisor
November 2007
Melanie Waddell
On the Capitol Hill Agenda Going into the 2008 Presidential election year, Congress will be addressing the Alternative Minimum Tax and the estate tax, and 401(k) fee disclosure. Washington insiders say actions will be taken in all three areas. mark for My Articles 167 similar articles
Investment Advisor
November 2007
Thomas D. Giachetti
Confusion and Misinformation Experience has shown us that the presence of hedge clauses will not guarantee that a client will not bring a cause of action against the advisor. When it comes to hedge clauses, specificity is the order of the day. mark for My Articles 493 similar articles
October 31, 2007
Stuart J. Johnston
Microsoft's Antitrust Expiration Date Delayed Microsoft's U.S. antitrust case seems to go on and on. mark for My Articles 271 similar articles
November 2007
Ryan McCarthy
Update Jacquelyn Tran becomes the latest entrepreneur to fight a suit by blogging. mark for My Articles 162 similar articles
October 31, 2007
Richard Cordero
Alert from Judicial Discipline Reform Out of the 7,462 complaints filed against federal judges in the 10-year period 1997-2006, they disciplined only 9 of their peers! These are official statistics that the judges must file by law with the highest administrative body of the federal judiciary. mark for My Articles 57 similar articles
October 30, 2007
David Needle
Yahoo: 'IP Rules!' Yahoo's head intellectual property lawyer explains why the Internet is keeping a lot of legal staffs busier than ever. mark for My Articles 222 similar articles
The Motley Fool
October 30, 2007
David Lee Smith
ExxonMobil's Date With the Supremes The Supreme Court will decide whether a $2.5 billion punitive damages award levied against the company is excessive. mark for My Articles 213 similar articles
Wall Street & Technology
October 23, 2007
Melanie Rodier
How Are U.S. Businesses and Lawmakers Responding to Data Breaches? Nearly 77 million individuals have been affected by data breaches so far this year. But even after suffering a data breach, many businesses failed to implement encryption solutions or seek legal counsel. mark for My Articles 405 similar articles
October 29, 2007
Catherine Pickavet
Trademark Infringement Meets Consumer Privacy A trademark spat between two financial firms could have far-reaching implications for Web site domain names and consumer privacy. mark for My Articles 23 similar articles
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