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South Dakota v. Wayfair: What Changes and For Whom?

South Dakota v. Wayfair, a landmark Supreme Court case decided earlier this year, changes the sales tax landscape for online retailers. The ruling also...
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The Intense Political Race in Illinois is a Toss Up

­­We are in the final weeks of the crucial 2018 mid-term election, and a cloud of uncertainty has been lingering over Illinois. Intense political...
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Wisconsin Political Roundup – September in Review

In our fifth edition of the Wisconsin Political Round-Up, Nathan Houdek and Andrew Hitt examine recent poll results, share their interpretations and provide a...
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The Soo Locks: The Key to Our Nation’s Strength – Part 2

As we discussed in part one of this series, the Soo Locks have been integral to our nation’s infrastructure and trade facilitation since their...
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Robert Gross Partners with Michael Best Strategies

Michael Best Strategies has partnered with Robert Gross to expand the firm’s service offerings. Gross will also serve as senior counsel for Michael Best &...
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Wisconsin Political Roundup – August Edition

In our fifth edition of the Wisconsin Political Round Up, Nathan Houdek and Andrew Hitt take a closer look at both sides of the...
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The Soo Locks Part 1: The Key to Our Nation’s Strength

The Locks at Sault Ste. Marie (Soo Locks) are a national historic landmark and an engineering marvel run by Army Corp of Engineers. It...
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Wisconsin Political Roundup – July Edition

In our fourth edition of the Wisconsin Political Round Up, Nathan Houdek and Andrew Hitt take a closer look at both sides of the...
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In Texas: Why Local Control is Championed for States’ Rights but Does Not Extend...

In the last few years, a trend has emerged in Texas for the state to challenge or overturn certain local ordinances. Some believe the...
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Texas Interim Committee Series – Part 1: Hurricane Harvey

The Texas Legislature meets only in odd-numbered years and for only 140 days, but this does not define the time period when actual work...