Monthly Archives: November 2011

Custom reports on dividend data

If you need to research Dividends beyond basic information, the Center for Research in Securities Prices will put together custom reports on request (subscribers can use the CRSP database directly). Advertisements

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Letter from Ljubljana

Someone wrote in from Ljubljana asking permission to translate the Corporate Law entry into Slovenian. I told him to go for it.

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New category for new entries

I created a new category for posts announcing New Entries.  It’s a nice complement to the R.I.P. category for deleted entries.

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Washington state dockets section expanded and new entry for Washington state legislative history

I did some Washington State case research this week, which gave me material to revise and expanded the “Dockets / Case Information” section of the Washington State entry.  While I was there, I noticed that the “Legislative History” section made it hard … Continue reading

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The week in review

Some additions: A “Campaign Contributions” section for the Background Checks entry; A “Dockets/Case Information” section for the Massachusetts entry; A “Land Records” section for the Washington State entry; The specialty public records platform Archives for the “Marriage and Divorce Records” section … Continue reading

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Three additions to the Background Checks checklist

I wrote up three more sections for the new Background Checks entry: Publications, Employers’  Websites and SEC Filings.

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The Restyled Federal Rules of Evidence

I got a nifty booklet in the mail comparing the current Federal Rules of Evidence to the “restyled” rules that go into effect on December 1st.   The “restyling” is supposed to make the Rules easier to understand without changing the … Continue reading

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