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Covering some of the most interesting topics of the CLO, this section highlights diverse areas of law, including sports and entertainment.
The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea’s progress in developing nuclear weapons has been slow but steadily progressive. Since the mid-20th Century, North Korea has inched closer and closer to targeting the United States. ...[Continue Reading]
With an Apex woman being the first to be charged under North Carolina’s new revenge porn law, what are the implications for future prosecutions under the law? ...[Continue Reading]
Debates among political parties have erupted across the United States regarding President Obama’s United States Supreme Court Justice nomination, Chief Judge Merrick Garland. ...[Continue Reading]
Terry Gene Bollea, more commonly known as “Hulk Hogan,” just won a tremendous award from the Sixth Judicial Circuit Court of the State of Florida totaling $140 million, and got a pretty crucial ruling – celebrities have substantial privacy rights. ...[Continue Reading]
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina is under investigation after hundreds of customer complaints, while a national class action lawsuit is pending for 37 Blues across the nation. ...[Continue Reading]
Universities are coming under fire for not making their website accessible, opening up potential liability under the ADA and Rehabilitation Act. ...[Continue Reading]
The “hacker collective”, Anonymous, is known for promoting free speech and individual’s rights. Despite this reputation, their specific targets call into question their actual motives and protection of First Amendment rights. ...[Continue Reading]
After naked videos of Erin Andrews in her hotel room were released in 2008, she continues to endure through a lawsuit against her stalker and the hotels in which these videos were taken. ...[Continue Reading]
An open healthcare market, which allows for patients to compare prices, may be the solution for overcharging and overutilization by doctors. ...[Continue Reading]
Lyft has agreed to settle a lawsuit filed against the company for worker misclassification for $12.25 million. ...[Continue Reading]
Singer and songwriter, Kesha, will be heard this month in a motion made to permit her to perform music and begin producing songs in the midst of a nasty lawsuit between her and her former producer, Dr. Luke. ...[Continue Reading]
Chipotle’s troubles are far from over; after food safety concerns investors are suing and a federal criminal investigation has been launched against the popular restaurant chain. ...[Continue Reading]
With the recent St. Louis Rams football team moving to Los Angeles, and claiming the “State of the Art” Clause to get out of their contract with the city of St. Louis, questions arise regarding the conscionability and legality of such clauses in permitting professional football teams to just up and leave a city. ...[Continue Reading]
President Obama has announced 23 executive actions for gun control, but what will the actual effects of these actions be? ...[Continue Reading]