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Abe Cable on the Effects of Trados in Silicon Valley

Published on: Author: Jared Ellias

In recent times, corporate-finance scholars have embraced a methodological approach that looks for “shocks” to evaluate a policy change. These “shocks” are often new laws or court rulings that change some existing rule on a certain day. The researcher then makes predictions about how the world will change with the new rule and examines evidence… Continue reading

Heather Field on Tax Lawyers as Tax Insurance

Published on: Author: Manoj Viswanathan

A “tax opinion” is a formal, written statement provided by a lawyer to a client about the tax consequences of a specific transaction. In addition to describing the expected tax treatment, the opinion also specifies the lawyer’s confidence in this determination—a “will” opinion indicates near certainty; a “more likely than not” opinion is much more… Continue reading

Alina Ball on Representing Small Businesses Effectively

Published on: Author: Shauna Marshall

Employment and economic growth in the United States have always relied, in part, on the steady creation of small businesses. Start-ups, small restaurants, innovative mom and pop stores, and non-profits are all needed for a healthy economy. Yet, as Professor Alina Ball points out so ably in her article, Primary Care Lawyers: A Holistic Approach… Continue reading