Weathering the Storm

by Scott Emerson Follow your feet on any sidewalk in any great American city and you will eventually stumble into urban decay — blighted cityscapes of littered streets lined with neglected and boarded-up homes in neighborhoods surrounded by closed businesses.

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The Case on Review

Charles ROBERSON, Secretary, Webb Dept. of Motor Vehicles, Petitioner Represented by Kevin Combest and Cary Aronovitz, vs. PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF WEBB, INC., Respondent Represented by Robert Davis and Tara Nelson. In The Supreme Court Of The United States Of America,

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Partners

For just a short time, charitably-minded UF Law alumni 70 1/2 years of age and older can take advantage of a new law that will allow them to make donations from their IRAs while excluding the amount from their gross income. “The Pension Protection Act of 2006 is a wonderful opportunity for

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News Briefs Winter 2007

Research Spurs Congress to Pass Legislation to Protect Military Families A  study co-authored by a UF law professor recently helped spur the U.S. Congress to pass legislation protecting military families from predatory lenders who charge interest rates that can reach well into the triple digits.

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FACULTY NEWS WINTER 2007

Wright Heads Faculty Senate for University Professor Danaya C. Wright is seeing the university from a different altitude: from the President’s Suite in Ben Hill Griffin Stadium and in the company of the Board of Governors for the State University System, all in her role as chair of

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