Digital Sales Tax? The Supreme Court Could Decide Soon

(Nov 2017)

South Dakota’s Attorney General has filed the first of an expected wave of state petitions asking the Supreme Court to reconsider an opinion from 1992, Quill Corp. v. North Dakota, that restricts states’ ability to tax remote retailers. Similar “kill- Quill” lawsuits are pending in the state courts in Alabama, Indiana, Tennessee, and Wyoming. Quill

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If News Is Fake, Shouldn’t Their Licenses Be Too?: Trump Seeks To Revoke NBC’s “FCC License”

(Nov 2017)

In this month’s fake news, President Trump sought refuge in Twitter: “Network news has become so partisan, distorted and fake that licenses must be challenged and, if appropriate, revoked. Not fair to public!” Specifically, Trump tweeted “With all of the Fake News coming out of NBC and the Networks, at what point is it appropriate

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The Impact of Autonomous Vehicles on Traffic Stops: Self Driving Cars No Substitute to Occupant Diligence on the Road

(Nov 2017)

Starting next year, it is likely that New York City will be the nation’s latest urban area to serve as a test ground for autonomous driving technology. The development followed New York governor Andrew Cuomo’s announcement that the state is now accepting applications for autonomous vehicle testing on public roadways. So far, General Motors has

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