Examining Clinton's Emailgate: The Legal Ambiguity Behind Handling Classified Information

Examining Clinton’s Emailgate: The Legal Ambiguity Behind Handling Classified Information

During a press conference in early July, James Comey, Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, recommended no charges for Hillary Clinton concerning “Emailgate”: the…

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Employee Tip-Pooling: The Dynamic Between Federal Regulation and Courts

Employee Tip-Pooling: The Dynamic Between Federal Regulation and Courts

In the case of Oregon Restaurant & Lodging Association v. Perez, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals deemed that employers could not force employees into…

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Changing the Fourth Amendment: Systemic Error or Isolated Negligence?

Changing the Fourth Amendment: Systemic Error or Isolated Negligence?

Recent incidents of police brutality and misconduct, such as those in Baton Rouge and Baltimore, have garnered national attention regarding the role of police in…

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