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By: Sophia Studer The residential real estate market is historically isolated. Before the creation of public-friendly websites like Zillow, multiple listing services (“MLSs”) held monopolies over real estate data and listings within each particular jurisdiction....
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By Mike Marciano The first major domino to fall in the efforts to legalize sports gambling came in the Supreme Court’s decision passed down on May 14th, 2018, Murphy v. National Collegiate Athletic Association. In Murphy, the Supreme Court found that the...