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Summer Legal Academy

Thirteen students are attending the Eleventh Annual Stephanie Tubbs Jones Summer Legal Academy from June 15-26, 2015 at CWRU. One of their assignments was to prepare brief biographies of icons of the law, ranging (chronologically) from the first African-American female lawyer, Charlotte E. Ray, to civil rights lawyer (and CWRU Law graduate) Fred Gray, to the first …Read the Rest

Delly on Demand

Update: June 22, 2015 Though Delly didn’t continue to dominate during the Finals, and he has yet to inspire any ebooks, he may have inspired a movie.   Cleveland Cavalier J.R. Smith, commenting on teammate, Mathew Dellavedova (“Delly”), said: “We were just thinking on the bench that somebody has to write a book on this kid.” …Read the Rest

Earth Day

Earth Day 2015 marks its forty-fifth anniversary. Event leaders hope to join economic growth and sustainability by embracing renewable energy while divesting fossil fuel resources. Hope springs eternal for the negotiation of a binding climate change treaty at the COP21 meeting to be held in Paris. President Obama traveled to the Florida Everglades to discuss the impact of climate …Read the Rest

NCAA’s March Madness

This is a post about some of the legal aspects related to the NCAA’s March Madness Division I basketball bracket — not to be confused with what CFO calls the NCAA’s profitability bracket, in which 123 of the Association’s teams “collectively earned $351 million on nearly $1 billion of revenue last year.” More teams (223) broke even or …Read the Rest

Additional OSU Winners

Update (Jan. 14, 2015) According to a news report, the anonymous third party “donated” the money for the rebates for furniture purchases related to the Ohio State Buckeyes winning the national football championship. So that situation may not be the classic prize indemnity insurance scenario. However, the furniture company would be wise to consider such indemnity …Read the Rest

Ebola update

After visiting the affected countries, CDC Director Dr. Tom Frieden said on Sept. 2 that the international community must offer resources, technical experts, and cooperation very soon, in order to prevent the epidemic from spiraling out of control. The Ebola virus continues to spread in West Africa, killing over 1500 people and prompting a message …Read the Rest