Articles by Forrest Fallanca, Senior Staff Writer
About Forrest Fallanca, Senior Staff Writer (13 Articles)
Forrest Fallanca served as a Senior Staff Writer for the Campbell Law Observer. He graduated from the University of South Carolina in 2011 with a degree in International Studies and a minor in Philosophy. In the summer of 2013, Forrest assisted a member of the Appellate Rules Committee in researching for a guide on the appealability of interlocutory orders in North Carolina Courts. He has also worked as a legal extern at Duke Energy Progress, Inc. and as an intern at the Department of Justice, Education Section. Forrest graduated from Campbell Law School in May 2015.
Bills introduced by both the North Carolina Senate and House of Representatives would allow hunting on Sundays, with some restrictions. ...[Continue Reading]
Confusion in case law has led the North Carolina House of Representatives to draft HB 284 and HB 79, clarifying the law pertaining to violations of civil no-contact orders. ...[Continue Reading]
If the House of Lords votes in favor of the law, the UK will be the first country to allow the creation of a “three-parent baby.” ...[Continue Reading]
Technology that provides employees an easier means of workplace communication may increase the number of harassment claims. ...[Continue Reading]
After seventy-five years of supervision by the attorney general, the State Bureau of Investigation will now be the governor's responsibility thanks to the Appropriations Act of 2014. ...[Continue Reading]
The Court's unanimous decision in the June 2014 Noel Canning case found President Obama's January 2012 recess appointments unconstitutional. ...[Continue Reading]
Rapid technological growth makes it difficult for consumers and casual internet users to properly protect their personal information. ...[Continue Reading]
Computer hacking has become a powerful tool for world powers, though it is becoming unclear whether or not hacking is harming some of our basic liberties. ...[Continue Reading]
“Hacking” is a drain on the United States’ economy in large part because of how much we value intellectual property. This value is not always shared by our economic competitors. ...[Continue Reading]
Donald Sterling’s racist remarks from a privately recorded conversation could cost him his ownership interest in the L.A. Clippers, while the threat of related litigation may cause a stir amongst other NBA owners.
Retailers have begun using signals from cell phones to track individuals’ movements within their stores. ...[Continue Reading]