By Roshni Master, Staff Writer The beginning of 2023 brought yet another loss for former President Donald Trump, as presiding Judge John Middlebrooks, sitting in the Southern District of Florida, ordered over one million dollars in sanctions holding Trump and his attorney, Alina Habba, jointly and severally liable for bringing […]
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It Is Time for Athletic Regulatory Agencies to Protect Athletes from Commotio Cordis
By Joseph Murphy (L’98), Senior Attorney We have all heard the tragedy of the young star athlete who dies on the field from an unknown or undiagnosed heart condition. In many cases, this reflects a lack of understanding, or reluctance to admit, that many of these deaths are the product […]
The Element of Intent: How the Court Determines Your Thoughts
By Mariah Mandy, Staff Writer An Age Old Excuse When we were young, the most common response to getting in trouble was “I didn’t mean to.” We used that phrase for all types of circumstances—spilling drinks, making messes, or even hitting our siblings. Sometimes, that excuse would get us out […]
Samsung’s Safety Solution: With Note 7 Recall, Where Does Responsibility Now Lie?
By Michael Richardson, Staff Writer Aug. 19, 2016, was the launch date for Samsung’s highly anticipated flagship phones, the Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy Note 7. Both phones boasted the latest technology in processing power, increased storage, wireless charging and water proofing; the Note 7 event boasted a 5.7” screen […]