By Anabelle Nietupski, Web Editor Recently, it has become difficult to listen to a news broadcast without hearing the word “cryptocurrency.” It is estimated that “10% of people in the United States now own some form of cryptocurrency.” A relatively modern invention, cryptocurrency can be defined as “a digital currency in […]
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By Rebecca Chieffallo, Staff Writer On September 14, 2021, the Department of Justice added additional requirements for obtaining no-knock search warrants and limiting the use of neck restraint techniques like chokeholds and carotid restraints. Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco released an announcement detailing the newly added, department-wide changes and restraints. Attorney […]
By Nicole Prieto, Editor-in-Chief Additional Reporting by Natalia Holliday, Web Editor Duquesne University School of Law hosted the symposium “Resurrecting Truth in American Law and Public Discourse: Shall These Bones Live?” last Thursday through Friday, featuring a keynote presentation and two panels of distinguished scholars from various institutions across the […]
By Bruce Ledewitz, Professor of Law When Time Magazine asked on its April 3, 2017, cover Is Truth Dead?, the story pointed to President Trump’s ability to get away with telling lies. And that is one way that we describe the death of truth in America: truth has lost its […]
By Joe Baublitz, Staff Writer When a family member passes away, families can become strained. Trusts can put family members in a difficult position, especially when it gives ownership to the tenth most valuable franchisees in all professional sports. Jeanie Buss, daughter of the late Jerry Buss, was named […]