...prefer the money returned to them as dividends. Nonprofits can receive tax exemptions but are supposed to spend revenues on projects that further their mission...
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Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) on Tuesday introduced legislation that would bar almost all private employers—but not the federal government—from running pre-employment credit checks o
General counsel at U.S. financial institutions last week began the arduous task of figuring out how to comply with the Volcker Rule — a complex, 978-page rule that imposes new regulatory tasks
The Federal Trade Commission is about to turn 100, and agency leaders have some gift suggestions for Congress—new privacy legislation plus a statutory change that would position the FTC as the
National Law Journal
The U.S. Supreme Court set the stage for its second major look at the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act, agreeing to review the requirement that most employers provide health insurance cov
U.S. Supreme Court arguments over the constitutional power to make and implement treaties took a dramatic turn Tuesday when Solicitor General Donald Verrilli Jr. warned justices that a ruling interpr
More than a decade after the U.S. Supreme Court's landmark decision barring execution of the mentally retarded, the justices on Monday agreed to examine how to determine mental disability in capital
The distinction between faith-based garb and trendy styles isn't always clear
In remarks on the House and Senate floors, members of Congress this year brought up law school in a variety of ways. Here are the seven best mentions this year, as reported in the Congressional Recor
When scores of debt-collection lawyers descend on Washington this week for a trade association meeting, they'll find one agency open that many may wish was closed: the Consumer Financial Protection B
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