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As Radley Balko notes, it seems to vary rather widely depending on whether the wrongdoer is a student or an educator. Tags: Pennsylvania, privacy, schools Related posts School webcams: the division of the spoils (9) Yet more on privacy/disability laws and Seung Hui Cho (2) Texting Fountain...
Bresnahan v Schenker; 498 F. Supp 2d 758 (E.D PA, 2007) PA: Procedure for filing a legal malpractice claim. Student Contributor: Matthew Solomon Facts: Client was represented by Attorney in a criminal matter and was convicted of multiple counts of theft by failure to make required dispositions of...
Bans on court use of sharia/international law: Bills withdrawn in Minnesota and New Jersey, Kansas House attaches ban to unrelated bill
The last several weeks in the examination bans on court use of sharia/international law have seen something new: while such bans have been voted down in committee before for t he first time authors are starting to withdraw the bills outright. Minnesota’s SB 2281 was withdrawn the day it was...
A couple of weeks ago – yeah, that’s right, on February 29 – the Supreme Court issued a ruling preempting asbestos product liability claims in Kurns v. Railroad Friction Products Corp., 2012 WL 631857, slip op. (U.S. Feb. 29, 2012). We’re only now getting around to posting about it because,...
Capital Care Corp. v. Hunt 847 A.2d 75 (2004) PA: Underlying legal malpractice and breach of fiduciary duty claims Student Contributor: Christina Tsirkas FACTS: Client contracted with a group of British investors for the purchase of one of their subsidiaries. Together, client and these British...