Apr 11, 2018

April 11, 2018 - Professor Michelle Adams' piece in The New Yorker titled "The Unfulfilled Promise of the Fair Housing Act" takes a detailed look at the Fair Housing Act.


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Apr 16, 2018

“I think the key issue is going to be: Why should we decide this case when Congress can legislate?” Zelinsky told Law360.

Apr 13, 2018

“Most of us would agree that if you were writing the statute today, stock options would be included in compensation, and the question is to what extent you should read the statute with a little more liberality and a little more flexibility,” he said.

Apr 11, 2018

April 11, 2018 - Professor Michelle Adams' piece in The New Yorker titled "The Unfulfilled Promise of the Fair Housing Act" takes a detailed look at the Fair Housing Act.

When the Act was first passed, Adams says, "the law successfully made these individual acts of explicit racial discrimination in housing transactions illegal, and residential segregation by race has since declined. But the Fair Housing Act has never fully delivered on its promise to promote and further integration." 

Apr 10, 2018

Professor Ed Zelinsky was quoted in the Standard-Examiner on the issue of state sales tax. President Donald Trump recently attacked online retailer Amazon.com for paying “little or no taxes” to state and local governments, and called for changes in current laws to require retailers to collect sales tax in every state. 45 states, as well as the District of Columbia, require sales tax. The Trump Organization's online store, collects sales tax only on orders shipped to Florida, Louisiana and Virginia.

Apr 9, 2018

In the Washington Post, Professor Edward Zelinsky discusses the debate over President Trump's statements on Amazon's tax collection practices.

Mar 29, 2018

Professor Anthony Sebok, along with Ronen Avraham of Tel Aviv University, conducted the first-ever large scale study of consumer litigation funding in the U.S.

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