Reducing the National Debt: Why the Federal Reserve Bank Should Refuse Receipt of $4.26 Trillion in Bond Interest and Principal Payments from the U.S. Treasury and Government Sponsored Enterprises (GSEs)

The national debt of the United States stands at $19.7 trillion. Prospects are poor for federal tax revenues reaching a point where this debt can ever be repaid or successfully managed. Because of extended wars and the financial crisis of … Continue reading

The Benefits of Alternative Dispute Resolution for International Commercial and Intellectual Property Disputes

As global commerce continues to expand, the volume of cross-border disputes regarding commercial and intellectual property disputes has increased substantially. Contract, business and intellectual property disputes are protected by laws which might vary from region to region. The question naturally … Continue reading

The Wrongheadedess of the POMS Pooled Trust Rules and an Unfortunate but Recently Noted Chinese Parallel

Supplemental needs trusts of the pooled trust variety have offered important dignity-enhancing protections for individuals with disabilities for several decades. A pooled trust, properly structured according to Congressional requirements, allows the wealth of an individual with disabilities to be overseen … Continue reading