January 13, 2014

Slippery Slope

Christine Hurt examines the obligations and liabilities of property owners to keep walks clear of winter precipitation in this week's Legal Issues in the News.

December 02, 2013

Champing at the Bit

Forms of payment come in many varieties and have changed greatly over the course of time. Commentator Christine hurt explores one of the newest methods of squaring up in this week’s Legal Issues in the News.

November 18, 2013

The End of the Internet as We Know It

Since it has come into popular use, the Internet has been neutral. Internet Service Providers have not discriminated against what content they allow over their network, and you could access any website just as easily as any other website.  As Jay Kesan explains, this might change soon, and it could have major consequences for how we go online. Here’s this week’s Legal Issues in the News.

November 11, 2013

Not so Incognito

Another instance of bullying has pushed its way into the news. Commentator Christine hurt explores some of the laws in place to help protect many potential victims, even in this non-traditional scenario.

November 04, 2013

Say Cheese!

Photos of people are posted to the internet all the time. But what if you didn’t post it and want it taken down. Travis McDade visits one such case in this week’s Legal Issues in the News.

October 28, 2013

That’s A Lot of Profit for a Non-Profit

Most college towns enjoy a mutually beneficial relationship with their college or university.  The university provides top-notch jobs, brings talented students to the area, and attracts cultural events; while the local government makes sure the area is a great place to live.  But as Jay Kesan explains, one famous college town is fighting for one more benefit:  tax revenue. Here’s this week’s Legal Issues in the News.

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