Google and New Mexico

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According to the New York Times, a federal lawsuit against Google for violation of child online privacy was dismissed. Questions: Why was the lawsuit dismissed? What Act did New Mexico fail to prove violation by Google? What was the issue that brought the case to course? Source:https://youtu.be/vFC6sjVVst0 Wakabayashi, D. (2020). New Mexico’s privacy lawsuit against… Read more »

Drowning in Arbitration

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According to the New York Times, as companies face a flood of claims, they are employing new strategies to thwart the very process that they have upheld as the optimal way to resolve disputes. Questions: Why are some companies trying to short-circuit the process? How are some companies trying to short-circuit arbitrations? What is FairShake… Read more »

Want to Buy a State? OMG!

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When Colin Fultz, the grandson of a bootlegger, opened a gourmet distillery in Kentucky last fall, he ran afoul of University of Kentucky basketball. He trademarked his moonshine with the name Kentucky Mist Moonshine and that is when the trouble began. Questions: 1. Do you think anybody should own the rights to the name of… Read more »

Student Loan Forgiveness – To Forgive or not to Forgive, that is the Question!

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It’s been over a month since fifteen former students of Corinthian Colleges said they would not pay a dime of their student loans because the school broke the law. The failing for-profit giant used deceptive marketing and lied to the government about its graduation rates. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau invited a group of these… Read more »