Returning to the U.S.? We’ll Need to See Your Phone First

May 23, 2018 By: Bevan Phillips

Overview A federal judge refused to dismiss a case brought by ten United States Citizens and one lawful permanent resident. Plaintiffs had been

Homeless and Housed Clash in California

May 18, 2018 By: Kelsey Gilmore

California’s homeless population has a been in the news a lot this past year. From the Annual Homeless Assessment Report issued in

Objecting to Racial Bias in Jury Deliberation

May 8, 2018 By: Jill Ide

On March 6, 2017, the U.S. Supreme Court issued its decision in Pena-Rodriguez v. Colorado which addressed racial bias in jury deliberations. In

Europe Mulls Rights for Robots as “Electronic Persons”

May 2, 2018 By: Owais Ahmed

At some point in our lives most of us have run across the Terminator movies and likely heard about Skynet (if you haven’t, it’s

Coffee Drinkers Beware!

Apr 11, 2018 By: Owais Ahmed

A California Superior Court Decision has the potential of upending the coffee market nationwide and may require coffee shops to include a label

Giving a Footbag Record Holder the Boot

Apr 11, 2018 By: Bevan Phillips

Introduction Johannes T. “Ted” Martin is the Guinness World Record holder for “Open Singles Footbag Consecutive.” In more common parlance, he holds the hacky-sack

Balancing Individual Right to Privacy against Public’s Right to Know

Mar 15, 2018 By: Jill Ide

If you grew up in Minnesota or one of its border states, you most certainly know the tragic story of Jacob Wetterling,

Kansas Governor Race Turns Childish and Doggish, Literally

Mar 9, 2018 By: Owais Ahmed

Currently, the State of Kansas does not have any age requirements to run for the highest office in the State, that of

Street Art Removal Creates Millions in Damages

Feb 22, 2018 By: Bevan Phillips

A Lawsuit Graffiti artists sued the same property owner for covering their artwork with whitewash. The owner had been prepping the building for demolition so that

Service Animals Gone Wild

Feb 15, 2018 By: Kelsey Gilmore

An interesting legal discussion surrounding the scope of what is and should be considered a service animal seems to be making its way