• Breaking News: First Six Figure Law School Tuition!

    The July issue of Harper’s has an essay about “the celebrity scandal of the year” – the lengths and expense to which some B List show business personalities went to get their children into good universities. There...

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  • Liability a Bigger Threat to Big Tech Than Anti-Trust

    House Intelligence Chair Adam Schiff of California has recently joined others in Congress who are calling for recalibration of a law that shields platforms like Facebook and Google from liability for user’s posts. Social media companies are...

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  • Law Professor and Former Dean Castigates Harvard

    Ronald Sullivan, the former Harvard dean who was removed from that post after students protested his representation of alleged serial rapist Harvey Weinstein, has posted a video on You Tube that is sharply critical of the University...

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  • More Cybertsooris For First Mortgage Corp.

    First American Mortgage Corp., a title insurance company that left hundreds of millions of personal documents exposed on the internet, is facing a lawsuit and an inquiry by New York’s financial regulator. New York’s Department of Financial...

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  • Survivors Of London High-Rise Fire Are Suing In Philadelphia Court

    Survivors and relatives of victims of the Grenfell Tower high-rise fire in London are suing in the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas. The fire, in which seventy-two people died, was fed by an updraft blamed on the...

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  • Why Justice Thomas Sided With The Liberals In A Consumer Case

    On May 28, the Supreme Court issued its decision in Home Depot v. Jackson, and in an unusual configuration Justice Clarence Thomas joined with the liberals, writing the majority opinion. Justice Alito wrote the dissent. The matter...

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  • Bakery Wins Defamation Suit Against Oberlin College

    The day after Donald Trump was elected, three black Oberlin College students entered a family-owned bakery near campus, and one of them tried to buy wine with a fake ID. A white employee suspected that the student...

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  • Pending CA Ammo Law Spurs A Run On Bullets, Lawsuit From The NRA

    A pending law that puts some restrictions on the purchase of ammunition has gun owners stocking up. The law, scheduled to into effect in July, will require buyers to show photo ID and sellers to get the...

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  • Big Payday For GC, But With A Gender Gap

    Average annual salary increased in 2018, with the greatest increases showing up in publicly-traded companies. The highest levels were found in...

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  • Tempers Fraying on Supreme Court

    Things haven’t been this snippy between the U.S. Supreme Court’s conservative and liberal factions since the December 2000 ruling that gave George W. Bush the presidency. The conservatives are impatient with the pace of rightward change, while...

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