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Technology overload: It's on (and how to turn it off)

January 20, 2020

S.C. Lawyers Weekly staff BridgeTower Media Newswires In a world that’s always “on,” lawyers frequently go above and beyond. “Lawyers talk with me about working in firms where there is a culture of needing to be available 24/7. For ...

New Year brings annual payroll and information return requirements

January 20, 2020

Raechel Taddei, BridgeTower Media Newswires It’s that time of year again. Along with New Year’s resolutions and budgets being made, businesses must complete and timely file their annual payroll and information returns. IRS code section 6041 states ...

A look back at Alice ≠decisions in 2019

January 20, 2020

Wayne F. Reinke, BridgeTower Media Newswires In this update to my prior articles on the state of patentable subject matter in the wake of the Supreme Court Alice decision, CAFC decisions in 2019 identified as precedential and involving abstract ideas (computer-related ...

LEGAL PEOPLE

January 20, 2020

Wolfson Bolton PLLC The American College of Bankruptcy announced that Scott A. Wolfson of Wolfson Bolton PLLC will be inducted as a Fellow this March in Washington D.C. The Induction Ceremony and Reception in honor of the new Fellows will take place at the ...

Michigan on pace for smallest increase in business subsidies in years

January 20, 2020

James M. Hohman, Mackinac Center for Public Policy While there were important laws passed in the statehouse in 2019, what didn’t get passed was just as noteworthy. There was no large tax increase, despite it being the governor’s highest priority. ...

An old debate over religion in school is opening up again

January 20, 2020

David Mislin, Temple University (THE CONVERSATION) — As the 2020 election approaches in the United States, President Donald Trump is adding school prayer to the list of contentious issues up for debate. At a rally in early January he announced plans ...