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Today, July 23, is National Hot Dog Day.In honor of this holiday, please enjoy a hot
dog (or a tofu dog) along with the following roundup of this year’s
developments in hot dog law:
Federal hot dog law has not changed since Hot Dog Day
2012.For those interested in the
Federal definition of a hot dog, one may be found at 9
CFR § 319.180.
By contrast, 2013 has been an active year for hot dog law at
the state level. Missouri courts determined
that ballpark attendees do not assume the risk of injury from airborne hot dogs,
and New York courts vindicated
the rights of disabled veterans to sell hot dogs in front of the Metropolitan Museum
of Art.But the cutting edge
developments in hot dog law this year are occurring in California: California
legislators are currently in the process of defining
hot dogs for the purpose
of state health law compliance.Bacon-wrapped
hot dogs are still illegal
at food carts in the Golden State, though.
The Texas Lawyer blog is reporting that TexFile, the new e-filing system for the entire state is set to launch on September 1. Tyler Technologies is currently training attorneys, law firms, and bar associations to use the new system. They are coordinating efforts with software companies and counties that handle their own case management systems as well as several companies that currently provide e-filing services in preparation for the start-up date. According to the article, once TexFile is in use, an attorney will be able to file a court document by sending it to one of at least six e-filing service providers, which will then submit it to TexFile. More information about the e-filing system is available at www.texfile.com.
The law library subscribes to Tax Analysts web services, which is available to UHLC students and faculty by visiting the law library's website, and clicking "Tax Analysts web services" from the drop-down menu under "legal databases." This database requires connecting to the law library's VPN, when away from the law center. The library's subscription includes the following sources: Tax Notes Today (TNT) Published daily, provides the latest developments in federal tax law, such as proposed and final regulations, case law, pending legislation, revenue rulings and procedures as well as other agency decisions.
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