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Obama’s Immigration Measures Unconstitutional
Obama’s Immigration Measures Unconstitutional
Lawyer Admits to Misrepresenting Clients for 15 Years
Lawyer Admits to Misrepresenting Clients for 15 Years
Sony Faces Constitutional Challenges after Hacking Incident
Sony Faces Constitutional Challenges after Hacking Incident
Lawyer Charged with Stealing $600,000 from Elderly Clients
Lawyer Charged with Stealing $600,000 from Elderly Clients
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Obama’s Immigration Measures Unconstitutional

Obama’s Immigration Measures Unconstitutional Summary: A federal court has ruled that President Obama’s recent executive order on immigration is unconstitutional. The Wall Street Journal reports that on Tuesday, a federal judge ruled that President Barack Obama’s executive order on immigration was unconstitutional. The ruling…>read more

No Comment December 17, 2014

Lawyer Admits to Misrepresenting Clients for 15 Years

Lawyer Admits to Misrepresenting Clients for 15 Years Summary: A lawyer admits to illegally practicing law in New York for 15 years. Dennis M. McGrath has represented clients in New York for 15 years, being paid $165,000 to represent indigents for the Erie County Bar Association Aid to…>read more

No Comment December 17, 2014

Sony Faces Constitutional Challenges after Hacking Incident

Sony Faces Constitutional Challenges after Hacking Incident Summary: Courts may rule in favor of news media outlets if Sony argues that its private information, stolen by hackers, should not be released to the public by the media. According to the Wall Street Journal, Sony is scrambling to…>read more

No Comment December 16, 2014

Lawyer Charged with Stealing $600,000 from Elderly Clients

Lawyer Charged with Stealing $600,000 from Elderly Clients Summary: A personal injury lawyer from Westport is charged with stealing over $600,000 from his clients. As of Monday, Stephen Krawitz, a personal injury lawyer from Westport, has been charged of doing the thinkable: stealing large sums of money from…>read more

No Comment December 15, 2014

MMA Fighters Prepare for Class Action Suit

MMA Fighters Prepare for Class Action Suit Summary: A class action suit should soon be prepared on behalf of a group of MMA fighters against UFC. According to Bloody Elbow, many MMA fighters are gearing up for a different kind of fight—one in the courtroom. A class…>read more

No Comment December 15, 2014

Native American Tribes Divided Over Ability to Grow and Sell Legal Marijuana

Native American Tribes Divided Over Ability to Grow and Sell Legal Marijuana Summary: Native American tribes across the country are divided over whether or not they will legally grow and sell marijuana as permitted by the DOJ.  New rules from the United States Department of Justice allow Native Americans to grow and sell…>read more

No Comment December 15, 2014

Uber Allowed to Operate in France Though Legal Issues Continue Worldwide

Uber Allowed to Operate in France Though Legal Issues Continue Worldwide Summary: Although banned in several areas and facing criminal complaints in others, Uber will be allowed to operate in France. After being banned in various locations around the globe, Uber finally caught a break when a judge in Paris decided…>read more

No Comment December 12, 2014

Senator Booker Demands Change to Justice System

Senator Booker Demands Change to Justice System Summary: Senator Cory Booker delivered a blunt speech to the Senate, stating that the American legal system is not a justice system at all.  Senator Cory Booker (D., N.J.) passionately addressed the Senate floor on Wednesday, slamming the justice system,…>read more

1 Comment December 11, 2014

Torture Report Could Lead to International Legal Action

Torture Report Could Lead to International Legal Action Summary: The torture report released by the Senate Intelligence Committee on Tuesday could lead to international legal action.  It is possible that new legal cases will be brought against American officials who took part in the Central Intelligence Agency’s interrogation program…>read more

No Comment December 11, 2014

Complaint Describes Disturbing Details in Georgetown Law School Suit

Complaint Describes Disturbing Details in Georgetown Law School Suit Summary: The complaint filed against Georgetown University and a local synagogue reveal that a professor, also a leader of the Jewish community, sexually exploited many women. Just last week, JDJournal reported that a student sued both Georgetown University and a local synagogue for…>read more

No Comment December 10, 2014

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