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Daniel M. Kowalski
Immigration cops comb jails

"Holly Cooper, a University of California- Davis law professor specializing in immigration issues, dismisses the jail program as a public relations campaign. Cooper points to studies showing immigrants commit fewer crimes than the native-born population...

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Andrew M. Gold
Andrew M. Gold on Reverse Confusion, "Weak" Arbitrary Marks, and the Difference Between Actual Confusion and Likelihood of Confusion

Why would a start up on-line magazine focused on women’s shoes choose as a trademark the famous nickname of a male "tough guy" film star? Having made such an odd choice, why would the start-up seek to enjoin a company from using the film...

Daniel M. Kowalski
Immigration law should reflect our dynamic labor market

"The fundamental choice before us is whether we redouble our efforts to enforce existing immigration law, whatever the cost, or whether we change the law to match the reality of a dynamic society and labor market." Daniel Griswold, Apr. 27,...

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Daniel M. Kowalski
Hiring law snares zero employers

"When the Legal Arizona Workers Act passed last year, it was hailed as landmark legislation that would help law enforcement crack down on employers who illegally hired "unauthorized aliens." However, outside of Maricopa County there have...

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Daniel M. Kowalski
Ariz. U.S. Marshall: focus on fugitives, not migrants

"As the U.S. marshal for Arizona, I believe it's time for the sheriff to go after fugitives and not waste time and resources on immigrant sweeps. ... The federal criminal- justice system on the Southwestern border is crumbling under the weight...

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Daniel M. Kowalski
Temporary worker standoff irks businessowners

"If the law is not renewed, Maine's seasonal businesses could take a financial hit. The population of Wells explodes from 10,000 to 50,000 during the summer and businesses cannot find enough workers." Kennebec Journal Morning Sentinel, Apr...

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