Volvo Under Fire from EEOC

Oct 6, 2017 By: Mark Fetzko

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (E.E.O.C.) finished off its fiscal year by filing a flurry of lawsuits at the end of September. According

Venue Cray-Z: The Federal Circuit provides additional guidance after Heartland

Sep 27, 2017 By: Adam Riley

In May of this year, the United States Supreme Court decided TC Heartland LLC v. Kraft Foods Grp. Brands LLC (137 S.

Monkey Selfie Settlement

Sep 21, 2017 By: Maria Mitchell

In 2015, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) filed an action in the Northern District of California against David Slater. The action

DOJ’s Civil Asset Forfeiture Expansion Faces Bi-Partisan Roadblock

Sep 14, 2017 By: Owais Ahmed

Civil asset forfeiture is a practice used by law enforcement agencies to seize assets or property from any person suspected of a crime.

Charlotte Law School Fails Students

Aug 31, 2017 By: Mark Fetzko

  News surrounding the fate of for-profit Charlotte Law School went from bad to worse in August, with the beleaguered institution, owned by

Potential Legal Battle over Controversial Google Memo

Aug 16, 2017 By: Maria Mitchell

Did the Google Memo cross the line of Free Speech and move into creating a hostile work environment? This is question that

The Fight for a Higher Minimum Wage

Aug 9, 2017 By: Owais Ahmed

There has been fierce debate in recent years with regards to raising the minimum wage, around the country. There are forces and arguments

Designer Babies: Delivering Soon in the United States

Aug 2, 2017 By: Kelsey Gilmore

According to an article published by American Health Line earlier this week, a team of biologists in Oregon have conducted the first

Former Buckeye and NFL All-Pro Linebacker Chris Spielman Tackles Alma Mater Ohio State in Recent Lawsuit

Jul 26, 2017 By: Mark Fetzko

March Madness may bring office productivity to a standstill, but its big business for the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). The NCAA generates

Supreme Court Ruling Sparks New Trademark Filings

Jul 24, 2017 By: Adam Riley

The recent decision in Matal v. Tam, 137 S. Ct. 1744 (2017), which held that the disparagement clause of Lanham Act, prohibiting federal

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