Tag Archives: Facing

'César's Choice': The conditions and decisions facing reunited immigrant families–a conversation with Prof. Lauren Gilbert

On Tempest Tossed, Alex Aleinikoff speaks with Professor Lauren Gilbert on the detention of re-united immigrant families and the difficult choices they face: should they return to their home countries together, should the parent return and child stay in the… … Continue reading

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Daily Beast: Russian hackers targeted Democrat facing tough 2018 election

Enlarge / Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-MO) questions witnesses during a Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs hearing concerning threats to the homeland, September 27, 2017 in Washington, DC. (credit: Drew Angerer/Getty Images) The digital ink was barely dry … Continue reading

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Facing Facebook: Data Portability and Interoperability Are Anti-Monopoly Medicine

Social media has a competition problem, and its name is Facebook. Today, Facebook and its subsidiaries are over ten times more valuable than the next two largest social media companies outside China—Twitter and Snapchat—combined. It has cemented its dominance by … Continue reading

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Tenants Facing Foreclosure Protected by New Federal Law

Most Tenants Facing Foreclosure Now Have Some Protection, at Least for 90 Days On May 24, 2018 a permanent extension of the “Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure Act” (PTFA) was signed into federal law.  The PTFA enables renters whose homes were … Continue reading

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Innocent Defendant Facing Criminal Charges: What are Your Options?

Innocent conviction, while an act of injustice, happens occasionally in New Jersey. The suspects who are not guilty of crime still must go through the process of defending themselves, but fortunately, it doesn’t always mean they’ll have to take it … Continue reading

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