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  • U.S. Appellate Court Rules on Debit Swipe Fee Cap

    An appeals court struck down a ruling that would have lowered the 21-cents debit swipe fee cap

  • Mandatory Minimum

    Pool and spa retailers weigh in on the minimum wage debate

  • Dues and Don'ts

    For service technicians, when payments are past due, don't overextend yourself to collect

  • I'll See You In Court

    How to go (or not go) to small claims court

  • Behind the Veil

    An insider's view of online pool and spa businesses.

  • Red Cross Fees Cause Upset

    The Red Cross has imposed changes in its fee structures that have many commercial pool operators up in arms.

  • Under Oath

    The lure of expert witness work can be strong.

  • The Facts on Fees

    The cost to prepare and prosecute a patent vary greatly, and is based on a number of factors, says Terry Clark, an intellectual property attorney with the firm of Bass, Berry & Sims in Washington, D.C.

  • Look  Around

    I don’t really care for television commercials. Yes, I realize they pay the bills of my favorite programs. But beyond that, I rarely find much compelling about them.

  • Unearned Accolades, Off-Season Choices and Too Much Violence for Boxing

    Here’s hoping former NBA star Allen Iverson can catch on with a pro basketball club soon before his bank account is drained of another $860,000 to pay off another outstanding jewelry debt. Maybe try a team in Antwerp? In unrelated news...