Monthly Archives: April 2011

Worker’s Comp Deform

Walk into your living room and turn on the tv. Is it working? Good. Take the nearest heavy object and throw it at your tv screen. Seems a little unnecessary, doesn’t it? Taking something that works perfectly well, and break … Continue reading

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What Makes A Man?

What makes a man? It’s an age old question, and one that is getting revisited thanks to a recent lawsuit filed in New Jersey. New Jersey is among a small number of states who offer protection against employment discrimination for … Continue reading

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Food for Thought: Cases Heard After Meals Are More Likely to Get Parole

It is a given that legal formalism holds that Judges apply legal reasons to the facts of a case in a rational, mechanical, and deliberative manner, isn’t it?  Well, an article in an April issue of the Proceedings of the … Continue reading

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Who Said Uncle Sam Could Read My E-Mails?

The Justice Department has been busy lately. Recently, they have urged Congress not to pass legislation sponsored by the internet coalition Digital Due Process, legislation that would allow emails stored in the cloud to be subject to 4th Amendment protection … Continue reading

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