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Danny Masterson Gets 30 to Life

By A.J. Firstman

It was the early 2000s, and Danny Masterson was at the height of his fame. His portrayal of the acerbic and irascible character Steven Hyde on the smash hit sitcom "That '70s Show" had earned him praise, acclaim, and around $250,000 to $300,000 per episode. He had a nice…

Okay Google, Spell "Antitrust"

By A.J. Firstman

In October, 2020, former Attorney General William Barr announced that he, the Department of Justice, and Attorneys General from 11 states would be filing a civil antitrust lawsuit against the internet search giant Google. Their complaint alleged that Google had engaged in anticompetitive and exclusionary business practices in violation of Section…

Federal Judge Stops Arkansas Social Media Age Verification Law

By A.J. Firstman

U.S. District Court Judge Timothy L. Brooks recently issued a temporary injunction to block the implementation of Arkansas' Social Media Safety Act, which was set to take effect shortly after the injunction was filed. The Social Media Safety Act's objective was ostensibly its stated aim: to protect children under…

Louisiana Ordered to Remove Teens From Angola State Prison

By Natasha Bakirci

It is generally accepted that there are four main reasons for imprisonment: The protection of society Deterrence Punishment/retribution, and Rehabilitation As the great Nelson Mandela observed: “No one truly knows a nation until one has been inside its jails. A nation should not be judged by how…

Could a Pharma Company Be Liable for Stalling Development of HIV Drugs?

By Vaidehi Mehta, Esq.

Worry over the AIDS epidemic might have peaked in the 80s and 90s, but it remains a serious global health crisis that continues to plague the world. A staggering 40 million people have already died from the disease, and about the same number of people are currently living with it.

The Robot Did It: Autopilot on Trial

By A.J. Firstman

The question of who's liable for any injuries or deaths that result from a car crash can be fairly easy to answer. Assigning fault is pretty straightforward when a driver is drunk, distracted, or just really bad at driving — but what if the car's driver wasn't actually driving?…

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