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Commentary: Vocabulary builder: what is cramming≠

Anyone who has an Internet account has become familiar with the modern use of the term spam, to describe the receipt of unsolicited e-mails attempting to sell or promote products and services. For myself, spamming has become a true annoyance. ...

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Commentary: Vocabulary builder: what is cramming≠ (9879)

Anyone who has an Internet account has become familiar with the modern use of the term spam, to describe the receipt of unsolicited e-mails attempting to sell or promote products and services. For myself, spamming has become a true annoyance. ...

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FCC Imposes $1M fine on phone company for slamming

The phone rings. It is dinner time. And it is XYZ telephone company asking if you’d like to save money and change your long distance service. Did you realize that 47 U.S.C. § 258 requires the telecommunications carrier to follow ...

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American Bar Assn. teleconference focuses on legal services to military personnel

Due to recent events, the American Bar Association Connection teleconference seminar for December 19, 2001 will address a new topic in conjunction with an initiative to help volunteer lawyers be prepared to assist in providing legal services to military personnel, ...

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American Bar Assn. teleconference focuses on legal services to military personnel (10038)

Due to recent events, the American Bar Association Connection teleconference seminar for December 19, 2001 will address a new topic in conjunction with an initiative to help volunteer lawyers be prepared to assist in providing legal services to military personnel, ...

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Internet tax moratorium extended by 2-years

Extending the Internet tax moratorium through November 1, 2003, President George Bush signed HR 1552. The bill originally sought a five year extension of the Internet Tax Nondiscrimination Act, but the House Judiciary Committee revised the language to a two-year ...

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Internet tax moratorium extended by 2-years (8650)

Extending the Internet tax moratorium through November 1, 2003, President George Bush signed HR 1552. The bill originally sought a five year extension of the Internet Tax Nondiscrimination Act, but the House Judiciary Committee revised the language to a two-year ...

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Judge dismisses second amended complaint

Should a plaintiff’s Second Amended Complaint be dismissed because it was styled as an individual claim or class action even though it is really a derivative claim and as a result, the plaintiff did not comply with the requirements outlined ...

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Judge dismisses second amended complaint (8545)

Should a plaintiff’s Second Amended Complaint be dismissed because it was styled as an individual claim or class action even though it is really a derivative claim and as a result, the plaintiff did not comply with the requirements outlined ...

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