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Beyoncé’s website was sued – but that’s not the news

A lawsuit claiming that Beyoncé’s website is not accessible to the blind has gotten lots of coverage*, but the real news of importance to business is that the plaintiff – Mary Conner – has filed more than 20 similar suits … Continue reading

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THAT’S NOT GOOD: PTSD drug may increase nightmares, insomnia, suicide risk….

THAT’S NOT GOOD: PTSD drug may increase nightmares, insomnia, suicide risk. Read more detail on Recent Law Professor posts –

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Join a study group or not? That’s up to you—literally

Not far behind the plethora of recommendations incoming first-year law students receive—most commonly, “Make sure you practice hypos” and “Be sure to look over practice tests”—is a surprisingly controversial suggestion: “Make sure you get into a study group.” Some law … Continue reading

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How to Fight Back Against Debt Collectors Using the TCPA, FDCPA, FCCPA and FCRA – Boy, that’s a mouthful!

The Fraudsters radio show interviewed me this week for about an hour on how consumers can arm themselves and proactively protect their credit report, stop or fix violations, and obtain damages for violations under the TCPA, FDCPA, FCCPA and the … Continue reading

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373. Oh, well, thats okay, then

In New Mexico Territory, an Army colonel faced a court of inquiry – the equivalent of a grand jury or preliminary hearing – looking into his conduct. It seems that he marched his troops into town where they laid siege … Continue reading

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