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Dereliction of Duty

Spring 2017 By Daniel J. Beck | A bank’s culture begins with its board of directors.  Those individuals set the tone for the bank and have the ultimate responsibility for...
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Who Can Be A Chapter 12 Debtor?

March 20, 2017 by Mary-Tipton Thalheimer | Farmers in the United States experienced an economic boom in the 1970s fueled in large part by an increased demand for farm commodities...
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Is Your Website ADA Compliant?

December 2016 by Meredith M. Causey | Is your website accessible to individuals with disabilities? If it is not, or if you are not sure, now is the time to take a...
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Taxation of Build-Out Allowance

July 2016 by C. Ryan O’Quinn | In negotiating a build-out allowance from its landlord, does a tenant create income for itself?  Unless the tenant has met the requirements of...
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How to Hire a Lawyer

June 2016 by Vincent O. Chadick | “Over time, I have heard frequently that lawyers — while able to communicate effectively with other lawyers and judges — take for granted that laypersons understand them....
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