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Planned Parenthood, Nonprofit Marketization, and Law School Employment-Placement Statistics: How Three Seemingly Unrelated Topics Could Potentially Expand the Scope of Chapter 93A of the Massachusetts General Laws

Consumers in Massachusetts have been protected from acts of unfair and deceptive trade by chapter 93A of the Massachusetts General Laws (93A) since 1967. Liability occurs under 93A only when the defendant is engaged in trade or commerce. To date, courts have held that...

Does the SEC Rule the Job Creation Roost? Squaring SEC Rulemaking with the JOBS Act’s Relaxation of the Prohibition Against General Solicitation and Advertising

As of April 2012, 12.5 million Americans were unemployed and the domestic economy remained stagnant. While the U.S. economy struggles to pull itself out of a recession, perhaps taking a lesson from history, Congress has focused on small-business job creation as a...