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    The good news for 34 plaintiffs who sued William J. Turner under Sections 12(F), (G) and (H) of the Illinois Securities Law of 1953 — after they lost investments totaling $4.61 million in a high-tech startup called Eggs Overnight Inc. — was that the Illinois Appellate Court agreed with their argument that Section 12(H) did not require “proof of reliance” on allegedly false statements in documents mandated by the securities act.
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    Early this month, the IRS released proposed regulations under Section 2704 of the Internal Revenue Code. If adopted, the proposed regulations will have far-reaching implications in the estate planning world.
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    This column discusses the recent Illinois Supreme Court opinion of Blumenthal v. Brewer, which re-examined 37-year-old precedent.
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    Sporting Judgment
  • Ryan Lochte’s apology was about as real as his story. — Free read
  • Adilson da Silva of Brazil hit the first shot that put golf back in the Olympics for the first time in more than a century. Inbee Park hit the final putt that capped off two weeks that could not have gone much better for a sport trying to make a good impression. — Free read
  • The Power of Lifting

    Almost 20 years ago, when I returned to lifting and fitness after 10 years of doing nothing, I returned to World Gym. I had no goals or program in mind, except to lift.
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    Three key decisions about retirement benefits can help couples make their money last — or dramatically increase the chances the survivor will end up old and broke. — Free read
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    NEW YORK — Lululemon Athletica is having a Zen moment. After two tough years, the company known for yoga wear is enjoying a rebound in sales and CEO Laurent Potdevin is optimistic that Lululemon can keep the momentum going. — Free read
  • NEW YORK — Rowdy Gaines clearly had much to say as Michael Phelps turned the race for his 22nd Olympic gold medal into a rout on Thursday. We’re just not sure what it was. — Free read
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