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Police Chokehold Case Goes to Grand Jury
Police Chokehold Case Goes to Grand Jury
Violations of Labor Laws in California Leads to Lawsuits Against Lingerie Football League
Violations of Labor Laws in California Leads to Lawsuits Against Linge...
New Law School Building Opens at Quinnipiac University
New Law School Building Opens at Quinnipiac University
CFPB Says “You Are On Your Own” if Using Virtual Currencies
CFPB Says “You Are On Your Own” if Using Virtual Currencies
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Police Chokehold Case Goes to Grand Jury

Police Chokehold Case Goes to Grand Jury Summary: A grand jury will determine if criminal charges will be filed against any of the persons involved in the death of Eric Garner. Last month, Garner died after sustaining injuries from a police officer’s chokehold. A grand jury in…>read more

No Comment August 19, 2014

Violations of Labor Laws in California Leads to Lawsuits Against Lingerie Football League

Violations of Labor Laws in California Leads to Lawsuits Against Lingerie Football League Summary: The Lingerie Football League has been sued by former players for violations of labor laws in the state of California and the Fair Labor Standards Act. Three lawsuits have been filed this summer that claim violations of the labor laws…>read more

No Comment August 19, 2014

New Law School Building Opens at Quinnipiac University

New Law School Building Opens at Quinnipiac University   Summary: The brand new, $50 million building on the campus of Quinnipiac University is finally open to students and faculty members. It will house all five of the university’s graduate programs, including the law school.  Quinnipiac University law students will…>read more

No Comment August 18, 2014

CFPB Says “You Are On Your Own” if Using Virtual Currencies

CFPB Says “You Are On Your Own” if Using Virtual Currencies Summary: CFPB issues consumer advisory report on using virtual currencies and clarifies misconceptions and risks of using currencies like Bitcoin and Dogecoin. The U.S. government’s Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) released their first advisory on virtual currencies this August, and according…>read more

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James “Whitey” Bulger Claims He Didn’t Receive a Fair Trial, Files Appeal in Federal Court

James “Whitey” Bulger Claims He Didn’t Receive a Fair Trial, Files Appeal in Federal Court Summary: James “Whitey” Bulger has filed an appeal in federal court stating he did not get a fair trial because he was unable to raise an immunity defense. According to the Wall Street Journal, James “Whitey” Bulger, an 84 year…>read more

No Comment August 15, 2014

Request to Stay Decision in Virginia Same-Sex Case Ruling Denied

Request to Stay Decision in Virginia Same-Sex Case Ruling Denied Summary: Should the United States Supreme Court not intervene in Virginia’s battle against same-sex marriage, couples could begin to tie the knot as early as next week.  If the United States Supreme Court does not intervene, same-sex marriages in the state…>read more

1 Comment August 14, 2014

Miriam Moskowitz Asks Manhattan Judge to Toss Conviction

Miriam Moskowitz Asks Manhattan Judge to Toss Conviction Summary: One of the surviving members of the Rosenberg espionage case from the 1950s, Miriam Moskowitz, has asked a Manhattan federal judge to throw out her conviction. Miriam Moskowitz was found guilty of conspiring to deceive a grand jury more…>read more

No Comment August 13, 2014

Comfort Women Statue Will Remain in Glendale’s Central Park

Comfort Women Statue Will Remain in Glendale’s Central Park A bronze monument that honors wartime sex slaves in Central Park in Glendale will not be removed, according to KPCC. Last week, a federal judge dismissed a lawsuit that sued the city to remove the monument that honors ‘comfort women’…>read more

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Office Manager of Upton Law Firm Sues St. Tammany’s Parish

Office Manager of Upton Law Firm Sues St. Tammany’s Parish Robin Dominique is suing the St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s Office, the Coroner’s Office and other entities in the state of New Orleans in relation to a shooting at a Covington law firm last year, according to The Times Picayune. Dominique…>read more

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Domestic Violence Charge Lands Alabama Federal Judge in Jail

Domestic Violence Charge Lands Alabama Federal Judge in Jail United States District Judge Mark Fuller, from Montgomery, Alabama, spent a night in jail after being charged with misdemeanor battery in a reported dispute with his wife, according to CNN. Fuller spent the night in an Atlanta jail after the…>read more

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