May. 22, 2020

Educational Choice Saves the Day Amid Shutdowns — Especially for At-Risk Kids

To say that the coronavirus has up-ended school life in American is an understatement. Sudden school closures had school districts scrambling to implement remote learning, a tall order indeed, and some schools have done better than others.

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May. 20, 2020

The Legal Industry After Covid-19: What Has Changed and What May Change?

In light of the crisis the United States, and the world, face with COVID-19, those changes are now not simply increasing but may change the way many in the legal industry function permanently.

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May. 11, 2020

Are Recipients Of Stock Buybacks The Next Time Bomb For Bankruptcy Clawbacks?

The current financial crisis is reminiscent of the long-standing parlor game of musical chairs where, until the coronavirus hit, business leaders were dancing to the music without regard to the number of chairs available, and now that the music has stopped, there are no chairs.

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Apr. 21, 2020

DeSantis will lead with ‘common-sense’ approach to re-opening Florida economy

Gov. Ron DeSantis has come under fire for his restraint in exercising the government’s enormous power by not ordering an extreme Orwellian statewide lockdown in response to the COVID-19 crisis.

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Apr. 19, 2020

New Ruling Ratified a Far-Reaching Definition of 'Debt Collector' Under the FDCPA

On March 9, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit issued a split decision that considered whether a business that purchased and profited from consumer debts but outsourced direct collection activities is characterized as a “debt collector” subject to the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA). Joining the Third Circuit, the court held in McAdory v. M.N.S. & Associaties, that an entity that otherwise satisfies the “principal purpose” definition of debt collector pursuant to 15 U.S.C. Section 1692(a)(6) may not escape responsibility under the FDCPA simply by retaining a third party to carry out its debt collection activities.

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Educational Choice Saves the Day Amid Shutdowns — Especially for At-Risk Kids

To say that the coronavirus has up-ended school life in American is an understatement. Sudden school closures had school districts scrambling to implement remote learning, a tall order indeed, and some schools have done better than others.

The Legal Industry After Covid-19: What Has Changed and What May Change?

In light of the crisis the United States, and the world, face with COVID-19, those changes are now not simply increasing but may change the way many in the legal industry function permanently.

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