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I am sure by now either you or your employees have received those annoying red light tickets or the school zone speeding tickets. Nassau County has collected over 1.4 million dollars since school started, and projects to receive as much as $25 million a year from those annoying and costly speed camera tickets. 458 more words

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Testing a target's value

Whilst activity in the mergers and acquisitions market continues to pick up, buyers are still keen to ensure that they can be certain of what they acquire by incorporating some method of testing the target’s value in the acquisition agreement. 629 more words


Democracy is a Messy Business

Written in August 2011

What is the proper balance between revenues and expenses for an organization that wants to grow and prosper? What is the appropriate amount of risk for taking on debt and servicing that debt in an effort both to grow and to serve the mission of the organization? 885 more words


Selfies posted online are being mass-scanned for marketing insights

By: Martha Neil

Those who publicly post seflies on sites including Instagram, Flickr, Pinterest, Tumblr and Twitter may be sharing more than they realize.

Mass-scanning of the photos allows marketers to identify brand and product preferences of those depicted. 126 more words


What Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Doesn't Know about Corporate Law and the First Amendment

Stephen Bainbridge takes the young Kennedy to task¬†for pretending that corporations can somehow be given some kind of “death penalty” for not agreeing with Kennedy’s views on climate policy. 449 more words

Mid/Senior Corporate Associate (Orange County)

Our client, a prominent global law firm, seeks to hire a corporate associate to join their dynamic practice. The ideal candidate will have 3-6 years of experience representing public and private companies in the areas of corporate and securities law, including public and private securities offerings, venture capital financing, mergers and acquisitions, and corporate governance matters. 180 more words

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