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Can Ron DeSantis Control Disney's Content?

By Catherine Hodder, Esq.

Move over, Mickey. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis claims: "There is a new sheriff in town." Once Upon A Time Last year the Florida governor was upset that the Disney's CEO Bob Chapek criticized his “Parental Rights In Education Act." Dubbed by critics as the "Don't Say Gay" bill, the act…

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Closing Arguments Set to Begin in Murdaugh Case

By Heather Kennedy-Bordeaux, Esq.

Attorneys in the double-murder trial of disbarred attorney Alex Murdaugh are preparing for closing arguments as early as Wednesday after four weeks of trial. Arguments will begin as soon as the prosecution finishes their rebuttal case and the jury visits the Moselle property where the murders occurred – a visit…

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Is the Trump Grand Jury Foreperson Screwing Everything Up?

By Steven Ellison, Esq.

Emily Kohrs, the forewoman of the Georgia special purpose grand jury charged with investigating election interference by former President Donald Trump and his allies, has been on a media tour since the grand jury issued its final report. Her quirky, almost giddy interviews in which she promised that indictments are on the way have shocked and angered some Trump supporters and elated many of his detractors. But is what she did wrong?

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Are Colleges Going to Pay Their Athletes?

By Richard Dahl

Is the NCAA headed for extinction? For years, the collegiate sports governing body has endured criticism for overseeing an unjust system. Detractors say the NCAA and its member schools exploit college athletes, using them as a source of free labor. The NCAA responds by saying that paying athletes runs counter…

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Schools Sue Social Media Platforms Over Mental Health Harm

By Arin E. Berkson, J.D.

In a lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court, Seattle Public Schools (SPS) alleges that the companies that own TikTok, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, and Snapchat are responsible for the mental health crisis affecting its students. Likening social media to a “public nuisance,” SPS is asking the court to stop the social…

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Elon Musk Wins Again, Found Not Liable for Tesla Tweets

By Steven Ellison, Esq.

Last Friday, billionaire Elon Musk won a securities fraud class action brought by some Tesla investors who complained that his bad tweets caused them to lose millions. Musk managed to pull this victory off with both hands tied behind his back.

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