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Jessica Ramirez

TPS to Terminate on September 9, 2019 for people from El Salvador

TPS to Terminate on September 9, 2019 for people from El Salvador What is TPS? Temporary Protected Status, or TPS, was established by Congress through the Immigration Act of 1990 and signed into law by President George Bush. TPS provides temporary […]

Jessica Ramirez

DREAMERS SHOULD SUBMIT DACA RENEWALS WHILE THEY CAN!

On September 5, 2017, the Trump administration ended DACA protection for 800,000 young undocumented immigrants known as Dreamers. DACA protects young undocumented immigrants who came to the U.S. as children from deportation. The Department of Homeland stopped granting DACA to […]

Thomas Curcio

Autonomous Car Series

Autonomous vehicles have many roadblocks to navigate before becoming a common consumer product, these will be expanded on in further posts.

Mark Bello

Ex-USA Gymnastics Doctor Gets Up to 175 Years After Sexual Assault Survivors Speak Out

Larry Nassar, the doctor accused of abusing more than 100 women and girls, was sentenced to 40 to 175 years in prison. More than 80 victims testified against Nassar, describing the impact of being assaulted by him. Nassar admitted molesting […]

John Bair

The Bairs Foundation Reaches HuffPost

Since we began the Bairs Foundation in late 2016, one of the challenges we have faced (like many new not-for-profit organizations) has been getting the word out. We’re the first nonprofit in the non-recourse lending space, and we’re looking to […]

John Bair

Living Safer Looks at the Future of the Home

There’s a gadget for just about everything these days. Virtual assistants, smart sprinklers, and even a Wi-Fi pause button — they’re all real-world devices featured in the newest edition of Living Safer magazine. But the issue doesn’t just list the […]

T. Thomas Metier

What Happens When One Student’s Off-Campus Speech Interferes with Another Student’s Education on a University Campus?

In Yeasin v. Durham, No. 16-3367, (10th Cir., Jan. 5, 2018), the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals took on that sticky question. Dr. Tammara Durham (“Durham”), the Vice Provost for Student Affairs at the University of Kansas, expelled Navid Yeasin […]

Valerie Johnson

What if My Trucking Company Doesn’t Have Workers’ Comp Insurance?

You sign up with a trucking company to become one of their drivers. You may travel from your home in North Carolina to another state to finish your application. Or you live outside of North Carolina. You probably take tests […]

Chris Nace

Congress Seeks Answers amidst VA Malpractice Claims

The Veterans Affairs Health Administration is America’s largest integrated healthcare system, with close to 1,300 healthcare facilities—including 170 medical centers—that serve 9 million enrolled veterans each year. Yet, negligence and malpractice committed on behalf of the VA is a long-standing […]

Thomas Curcio

This is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things Series: Tide Pods Challenge

Tide Pods are bringing a whole new meaning to washing your mouth out with soap.