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  • Beleaguered Law School Loses Another President

    One year ago the ABA placed San Diego’s Thomas Jefferson Law School on probation for being out of compliance with several standards required to maintain accreditation. Among the problems, a low rate of passage for bar exams...

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  • “Free Speech Warrior” Threatens To Sue Feminist Critic

    Jordan Peterson, a Canadian academic and best-selling author, rocketed to fame when he confronted transgender students over demands that he use their preferred pronouns when he addressed them. He told the BBC that based on his decades...

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  • Huge Stakes In International Tax Disputes

    Tax disputes are becoming a major challenge for global companies. According to a Baker McKenzie research paper, the amount under dispute, 75.3 billion, is enough to wipe out more than half of profit growth for the Fortune...

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  • Opinions On Women Force Law School Dean To Resign

    Brian McCall resigned his position as an associate dean for academic affairs at the University of Oklahoma’s law school after his musings on women’s attire were published in the OU Daily, the University’s newspaper. He is of...

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  • Why A.I. Can’t Stop Fake News

    News filters powered by artificial intelligence are unable to uncover ideas and the relations between them, nor will they be able to do that any time soon, according to the authors of this New York Times oped....

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  • White Collar Crooks Share Certain Characteristics

    It’s a mistake to ignore the human element when fighting fraud within a corporation. There are behavioral and environmental factors that are common among white-collar crooks, and watching for them increases the odds of deterring fraud or...

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  • Walmart Settles Cashiers Lawsuit

    About 100,000 current and former Walmart cashiers will receive up to $1000 each as a result of a settlement in a suit accusing the retailer of failing to provide suitable seating for workers who want it. The...

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  • China Opens New Front In Trade War

    China has just about run out of American imports to tax, and it is looking for ways to retaliate to U.S. tariffs. Those can include slow inspections for imports at Chinese ports and tighter regulatory scrutiny of...

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  • Tax Carbon Or We’re Cooked, Says U.N. Report

    A U.N. report, the first to be commissioned by the Paris agreement, details a massive global crisis as soon as 2040 unless the world is able to “turn on a dime,” as one of the author’s describes...

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  • Cosby’s Lawyers File Appeal, Claim Judge Erred

    Lawyers for Bill Cosby claim that Judge Steven O’Neill was wrong when he said that Cosby is a violent sexual predator who must be behind bars because he would be a danger to the community. They are...

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