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Maryland Delegate Kelly Schulz is preparing a state bill that would channel all the money paid by area restaurants, liquor stores and other license holders toward the Frederick County liquor board, which in recent years has encountered six-figure
you are a potential target. Here's what you need to know if they come after your business. Illustrations by John Burgoyne; photograph by Robyn Twomey The latest battle in the patent wars unfolded last week, when eight companies, including Google,
EU antitrust regulators plan to accept revised proposals from Thomson Reuters to end an investigation into whether its control over its financial instrument codes was anticompetitive, two people familiar with the matter said on Monday. The sources,
Just five days after announcing a controversial proposal to triple vehicle license fees, a South Bay legislator is having a change of heart. In the wake of backlash that extended from the halls of the Capitol in Sacramento to his district boundaries
The constitutional amendment would restore the 2 percent vehicle license fee slashed by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger after he won office partly on that pledge. The 1.35 percent transportation system user fee increase would generate an estimated $3.5
11/6/2012 by Eriq Gardner The digital music streamer says that the agency representing song publishers refuses to give it fair and reasonable terms. Pandora, a leading digital radio service, is making a new play for lower licensing fees on music.
This is merely a form of a business operating license in order to have live music. Yes, apparently you needed special separate license to have live music. So this really isn't an advancement on the copyright side of things, unfortunately, and those
The fees, used to fund public broadcasting which is strong and prolific in Germany, have been a sore point for many for years as they are levied on computers with internet access, regardless of how they are used. The court rejected a constitutional
One might say it's like trying to get through a bush maze in the dead of winter. Often times the threat of legal action simply kills off a film that would have otherwise been made, or dulls it considerably because relevant source material is omitted.
Such bulges have been deemed scandalous to society (or something like that) and banned from Facebook. Again, for reference, this is the comic strip we're discussing: The story at the New Yorker, in which they humorously discuss "Nipplegate", got tons