Free to a Good Home: Re-Homing Adoptive Children

Dec 22, 2014 By: Jill VanderZiel

“Rehoming” is the practice of adoptive parents bypassing laws to transfer guardianship of adoptive children to other parents.

Is Nothing Sacred? Open for Business on Thanksgiving

Nov 28, 2014 By: Jill VanderZiel

Some stores in recent years have tried to get a jump start on the season by opening their doors on Thanksgiving Day

“Shake-y Ground”: Multi-Level Marketing, Pyramid Schemes, and False Advertising

Oct 23, 2014 By: Jill VanderZiel

Companes sometimes use “multi-level marketing” in an effort to shield themselves from liability for false advertising and other misrepresentation claims

The Ebola Outbreak & The U.S. Response to Infectious Disease

Sep 5, 2014 By: Jill VanderZiel

West Africa is currently experiencing the largest Ebola outbreak ever recorded, creating fear and panic even here in the U.S., despite assurances

The Truth is Out There…FOIA Requests, Delusional Claims & Extraterrestrials

May 20, 2014 By: Jill VanderZiel

There have been numerous legal proceedings involving less than credible supernatural claims, many of which are available on Westlaw.

Lethal Injection Debacle & European Union Strong-Arming

May 13, 2014 By: Jill VanderZiel

The Oklahoma state attorney general recently announced a 6 month delay in administering capital punishments after the bungled execution of Clayton Lockett

Unionizing Adjuncts: Higher Education and the Labor Movement

May 9, 2014 By: Jill VanderZiel

Although a movement to unionize adjunct professors has just begun in Minnesota, the movement has been around for awhile.

Tribal Law & Treaty Rights: Who wants to go fishing?

May 2, 2014 By: Jill VanderZiel

Changing fishing quotas by both state and Native authorities has been causing contentions to rise between Native and non-Native anglers.

Justice Department Finds Use of Excessive Force

Apr 22, 2014 By: Jill VanderZiel

The U.S. Justice Department recently criticized the Albuquerque Police Department for engaging in routine excessive force in violation of constitutional rights.

Proposed Changes to Nutrition Labels

Mar 12, 2014 By: Jill VanderZiel

The FDA published two new proposed rules in regards to nutrition labels on Monday, March 3rd, 2014.

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