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Pop Quiz: How Well Do You Know the First Amendment?

By Vaidehi Mehta, Esq.

It's easy to assume that the Bill of Rights are listed in order of importance. That's not quite right; they instead are listed in the same order as the sections of the Constitution that they would have modified had they been part of the original document. No one Constitutional…

Can Convicted Sex Offenders Change Their Names?

By Madison Hess, J.D.

Kevin Mitchell Bumgarner was convicted of raping his four-year-old niece in 2004. He's leaving prison much sooner than expected, and with a new name. Many states don't have laws preventing convicted sex offenders from changing their names, but they do have systems in place to track these offenders. The…

FTC Again Raises Concern Over Twitter/X Data Security

By Michael DeRienzo, Esq.

There is no denying that Elon Musk has some visionary ideas. Whether he's building electric cars designed to curb the fossil fuel crisis or designing rockets to shepherd humankind to Mars, Musk is shaping the future of the world. Of course, he is not without fault and…

What Happens To My LLC When I Die?

By Catherine Hodder, Esq.

If you have an LLC for a business venture, it is most likely because you want to protect your personal assets from your business activities. An LLC is a business entity that separates your business life from your personal life. But what happens to your LLC when you die? What…

Parents Lose More Than Kids in Fentanyl Murder Cases

By Michael DeRienzo, Esq.

It's every parent's worst nightmare. Imagine going to bed at night and waking up the next morning to find your child dead. Even worse, upon discovery of the body, you figure out that the cause of your child's death was you. You had left out pills (or powder) on…

Unionized Tech Workers Refuse to Go Back to the Old Grind[r]

By Vaidehi Mehta, Esq.

Over three years after the onset of the global COVID outbreak, the question of remote work remains divisive. While some jobs (the service industry, retail, and healthcare) more obviously necessitate at least some employees to show up to work in the flesh, others are more of a grey area.

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