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21st Apr 2020

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“Life, uh, Finds A Way”: Is the Political “Horse Race” the Next Great American Sport?

By Alexander S. Boros So far, 2020 has felt like an eternity and yet we are just four months...

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17th Mar 2020

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The Saga for President Trump’s Tax Returns: Trump v. Vance

By James Sprague The New York District Attorney’s Office (“N.Y.D.A.”) began investigating President Donald Trump’s business transactions in the...

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06th Mar 2020

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Pandemonium: General Powers of the Federal Government During a Pandemic

While humans may be the most sophisticated and capable species on planet Earth, we are still subject to a...

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23rd Apr 2019

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North Carolina Counties Still Liable for Attorney’s Fees Even When Involuntarily Redistricted by the State

By Nicholas Pappayliou and Samuel Gilleran Early last week, the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals held that victorious plaintiff...

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23rd Oct 2017

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Religion: Friend or Foe to the IEP?

Overview M.L. was born in 2003 with Down Syndrome and lives with his family in an Orthodox Jewish community...

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14th Mar 2016

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Fourth Circuit Holds Res Judicata Applies to Bankruptcy Sale Orders

By Amanda Whorton On March 11, 2016, the Fourth Circuit issued a published opinion in the civil case Providence Hall...

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11th Feb 2016

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Fourth Circuit Holds that Creditors in Maryland “Discover” Violations of Closed End Credit Provisions When They Actually Become Aware of Charging an Improper Interest Rate

 By Whitney Pakalka On January 11, 2016, the Fourth Circuit issued a published opinion in the civil case of...

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26th Jan 2016

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19th Jan 2016

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Drug Conviction Renders Petitioner Ineligible for Relief Under the INA or CAT Despite Fleeing Gang Violence in Central America

By Elizabeth DeFrance On December 4, 2015, the Fourth Circuit issued a published opinion in the case, Hernandez-Nolasco v....

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21st Oct 2015

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Man Declared Not an “Armed Career Criminal” After Ten Years of Appealing Sentence

By: Mikhail Petrov On June 30, 2015, in the criminal case of United States v. Newbold, the Fourth Circuit...

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05th Mar 2015

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Prospective Request for Attorneys’ Fees Did Not Violate Fair Debt Collection Practices Act

By Rolf Garcia-Gallont In an opinion published today, the Fourth Circuit affirmed the district court’s decision in the civil...

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03rd Dec 2014

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