Radio Law Talk Segment Public Records Law INTRO: New organizations are filing law suits telling officials to release more information about the Las Vegas Shooting. They claim they are violating public records law by keeping many of the details a secret. ISSUES: The government is saying the case is still under investigation […]
Welcome to the dark side of land lording. The horror of having a squatter trespass onto your property long enough to gain title is a nightmare that can actually be a reality thanks to adverse possession laws. While it is difficult, it can happen if landlords are not careful.
Ten people, including four NCAA college basketball coaches were arrested by the FBI and charged with corruption and fraud. IN addition to the coaches, managers, financial advisers, and representatives for a major sportswear company were also reportedly arrested.
A nonprofit group wants coffee manufacturers, distributors and retailers to post ominous warnings about a cancer-causing chemical stewing in every brew and has been presenting evidence in a Los Angeles courtroom to make its case.
Equifax is a credit reporting agency that collects and aggregates information for millions of people in the United States and world-wide. Between mid-May and July 2017, Equifax was hacked, but it only disclosed this cyber-security breach about 6 weeks ago.
iPhone X is now presenting new civil liberties issues with regards to the right to not self-incriminate yourself (under the 5th amendment) as well as if the police can force you to open the phone using this technology.