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Uber’s Self Driving Car Accident and the Law

Uber’s Self Driving Car Accident and the Law

Uber is in hot water again after one of their self-driving cars hit and killed a pedestrian in Tempe, Arizona. Forty nine year old Elaine Herzberg was crossing a highway with her bicycle when the Uber failed to stop for her and hit her at full speed. Although the car...
Right To Try Laws: Undermining the FDA?

Right To Try Laws: Undermining the FDA?

Recently, the US Congress voted on a set of laws colloquially known as the “right to try laws.” Put most simply, these laws would allow terminally ill patients to participate in trials for drugs and cures that have not yet been cleared by the FDA for general...
The Great Ohio Voter Purge

The Great Ohio Voter Purge

The Supreme Court is set to hear another case on voting rights, but not about gerrymandering this time. The State of Ohio is being sued for their methodology in purging their voter registry that some are calling illegal. Here’s the sparknotes of what happened. In...
Improve your Law Knowledge in 2018

Improve your Law Knowledge in 2018

For all the political ups and downs that comprised 2017, the American populace set about better informing itself of the ins and outs of their state and federal governments. Individuals are now more invested in the outcomes of local elections and take the time to...
A Layman’s Guide to #FreeMeek

A Layman’s Guide to #FreeMeek

Rap and hip-hop die hards took to the streets of Philadelphia last week to protest the prison sentence handed down to hip-hop artist Robert Williams, known to his fans as Meek Mill. While out of prison on probation, Meek Mill failed a urine test, and the judge...