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  • Week of October 13, 2014 on ILNToday - A Roundup!

    It's a beautiful fall day here in the northeast, and since it's Friday, you know what that means - time for a roundup! It's been a big week of content here, so you're getting a top 7 this week! White House announces new global anticorruption initiative from Epstein Becker & Green (US) My next car will be…. from Clark Wilson (Canada) New Freedom of Information Act 2014 (15.10.

    3 readers - Lindsay Griffiths/ Zen & The Art of Legal Networking
  • Does the USA Really Soak the Rich?

    Next New Deal (Blog of the Roosevelt Institute), Does the USA Really Soak the Rich?: There's a new argument about taxes: the United States is already far too progressive with taxation, it says, and if we want to build a better, eglitarian future we can't do it through a "soak the rich" agenda. It's the argument of this recent New York Times editorial by Edward D.

    3 readers - Paul Caron/ TaxProf Blog
    • Considerations for International Inventions – Foreign Filing Licenses

      In today’s age of international commerce, product development often takes place on an international scale. Many companies have design centers in multiple countries, with design teams that span the globe. What are the patent implications if an invention is developed in China or some other country outside the U.S. and the company wants to obtain international patent protection? U.S.
      4 readers - Dennis Crouch/ Patently-O
    • Unrelated to Divorce | Want the best andriod phone on the market? | OnePlus One

      Unrelated to Divorce | Want the best andriod phone on the market? | OnePlus One Our family has purchased 4 of the Oneplus One phones and we love them. This is a new company so to manage inventory they use an invite system so in order to buy one you must have an invite. That may change in the future but for now you have no option other than receiving an invite from a friend o ...
      1 readers - Ramos Family Law
    • Sweden

      The Swedish central bank published an article in its biannual economic review journal describing Bitcoin and other virtual currencies, the ...
      1 readers - Virtual Currency Report
    • EU Commission sues Sweden for online betting and poker laws

      [JURIST] The European Commission [official website] filed a lawsuit [press release] against Sweden on Thursday for failing to change its laws on online betting and poker games that breach EU law on the free movement of services. The EU referred Sweden to the Court of Justice (ECJ) [official website] in two separate cases related to its restriction of gambling license to dome ...
      1 readers - Elizabeth Laforgia/ JURIST

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    • Considerations for International Inventions – Foreign Filing Licenses

      …, Austria, Brazil, Hong Kong, Indonesia , Ireland, Japan, Liechtenstein, Mexico, Monaco, New Zealand, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Venezuela Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Israel, Korea, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Slovak Republic, Sweden, United Kingdom Canada1, France2, India…

      4 readers - Dennis Crouch/ Patently-O
    • EU Commission sues Sweden for online betting and poker laws

      … [JURIST] The European Commission [official website] filed a lawsuit [press release] against Sweden on Thursday for failing to change its laws on online betting and poker games that breach EU law on the free movement of services. The EU referred Sweden to the Court of Justice (ECJ) [official website] in two separate cases related to its…

      1 readers - Elizabeth Laforgia/ JURIST
    • Week of October 13, 2014 on ILNToday - A Roundup!

      … Freedom of Information Act 2014 (15.10.2014) from Holmes O'Malley Sexton (Ireland) BC Mega Dam Granted Environmental Approvals from Clark Wilson (Canada) Government Launches Employment Review from Miller Samuel (Scotland) T-TIP - Why and How? from Ekenberg & Andersson (Sweden) Issues for the International Trade and Customs Industry from the release of the New "Industry Innovation and Competitveness Agenda" by the Australian Federal Government from Gadens Lawyers (Australia)…

      3 readers - Lindsay Griffiths/ Zen & The Art of Legal Networking
    • Does the USA Really Soak the Rich?

      … their governments through soak-the-rich, steeply progressive taxes.” They put up this graphic, based on OECD data, to make this point: You can quickly see that the concept of "progressivity" is doing all the work here, and I believe the way they are going to use that word will be problematic. What does it mean for Sweden to be one of the least…

      3 readers - Paul Caron/ TaxProf Blog
    • Unrelated to Divorce | Want the best andriod phone on the market? | OnePlus One

      …://account.oneplus.net/sign-up Remember that this invite can only be used for orders shipping to Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Italy, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Taiwan, United Kingdom, and United States. The invite will expire less than 20 hours from when we sent this email, not necessarily when you…

      1 readers - Ramos Family Law
    • Sweden

      … The Swedish central bank published an article in its biannual economic review journal describing Bitcoin and other virtual currencies, their benefits and risks, use in Sweden and future outlook. A Swedish politician has been elected as a member of parliament after funding his election campaign solely in bitcoin. …

      1 readers - Virtual Currency Report
    • 23,000,000

      …. Germany 6. India 7. France 8. The Netherlands 9. Mexico 10 Sweden The list has remained unchanged except that Mexico replaced Sweden and Sweden bumped the Philippines. The top ten posted in terms of readership in the last 30 days were: 1. New Orleans Police Officer Turns Off Body Camera Minutes Before Shooting Suspect In Forehead 2. The FAA vs…

      8 readers - Jonathan Turley
    • The Strange World of Criminal Copyright Enforcement

      … websites that allegedly serve similar functions have also been the subject of criminal investigations and prosecutions, including the raid on the New Zealand home of Kim Dotcom, the proprietor of the now-shuttered MegaUpload website. In the U.S., federal copyright law includes both civil and criminal methods of copyright enforcement. Remedies…

      2 readers - Texas Criminal Lawyer Blog
    • U.S. Ranks Near The Bottom For Tax Competitiveness: We're #32!

      …, Netherlands, Slovak Republic, Turkey and Slovenia take up those notches. Annnnd the United States doesn’t crack the top twenty-five. We’re bested by Finland, Austria, Korea, Norway, Ireland, Czech Republic, Denmark, Hungary, Mexico, Germany, United Kingdom, Belgium, Iceland, Canada and Japan. It gets worse. Guess who else made the list ahead of the United…

      7 readers - Kelly Phillips Erb/ Taxgirl
    • The Friday Fillip: Well-Being

      … countries that score low in well-being: Stockholm, for example ( — regions, remember) boasts a score of just under nine out of ten for well-being, whereas Athens comes in at about six out of ten; but Sweden has a suicide rate of 11 per 100,000 compared to Greece at a rate of 2.8. The corresponding numbers for Helsinki and Finland are 8/10 and 17…

      4 readers - Simon Fodden/ Slaw