May 20, 2013
The former FCC Chairman and many other broadcasting experts, having warned that using "REDSKINS" on the air is probably illegal, have called upon the D.C. City Council to request area stations to cease using the word or risk legal action
May 16, 2013
Arkansas has become the latest state to have its capital punishment laws thwarted by drug companies seeking to prevent their products from being used in lethal injections, but there may be a simple legal alternative
May 13, 2013
The D.C City Council may soon pass a resolution which condemns the name "Redskins" as a "derogatory" term which dishonors American Indians, and also requests broadcasters to stop using it on the air because doing so may violate federal law.
May 06, 2013
Corporate counsel are bracing for an "onslaught" of food-based class action law suits, with this "next wave" up 15% in just the past year, reports the attorney who's been called "The Man Who Is Taking Fat to Court"
Apr 21, 2013
While many have questioned whether the FBI conducted a sufficient investigation of the Boston bomber, little attention has been focused on the lack of any apparent government followup - a 10 minute Internet search could have prevented the tragedy
Apr 20, 2013
In a trend already well underway – but likely to be accelerated by the Boston terrorist incident – more police are moving to encrypt their radios, but the very encryption designed to protect the public could backfire, says an expert
Apr 18, 2013
McDonald's agreement to pay $700,000 to Muslims for misrepresenting its foods was based on a precedent established when law students forced McDonald's to pay $12.5 million in an earlier suit, with the bulk of the money going to Hindus . . .
Apr 11, 2013
DC, MA, RI, and VT are prohibiting companies from charging smokers more for health insurance through health care exchanges, even though a 50% smoker surcharge is authorized by Obamacare, and smokers cost over $12,000/yr more per employee
Apr 10, 2013
Three states and DC prevent businesses from requiring smokers to pay even a portion of the huge costs they impose on fellow workers under a personal responsibility portion of Obamacare which permits up to a 50% smoker surcharge
Apr 08, 2013
The FCC could ban the word "Redskins" by broadcasters, based upon a filing by several former FCC commissioners, according to a Friday letter which concluded that using the word "Redskin" on the air is likely to be contrary to federal broadcast...