When “Peaches” invites you over to “her” house for a party, make sure she actually owns the house. Otherwise, it should come as no surprise if you get arrested. In this article, learn about your Fourth Amendment rights and reasonableness in police arrests. Read More.
Mark Wahlberg and Michelle Williams did the same work on a movie production. Michelle was paid one thousand dollars while Mark was paid 1.5 million dollars. There are several lessons here that any employee working for a company can take away in order to make more money. Read More.
If you or someone you know is thinking about going to law school, this article is your fair warning explaining why law school is a scam designed to take your money and leave you holding the bag. Ignore the advice in this article at your own risk. Read More.
In this article, we review the CBS episode of 48 Hours “Grapes of Wrath”, a fabulous expose of an infamous murder in California’s Napa Valley wine country perpetrated by a business con man. For anyone interested in getting into business (big or small), there are several lessons here about how to spot a con man. Read More.
We are nearing a point in history where once again the question of having a colony will be a concern for world governments. This time, the colony won’t be in some new territory here on Earth, but instead the colony will be on the Moon or on Mars. Rules and laws will have to be implemented to make these colonies work. Read More.
Apple recently announced its anticipated iPhone X. Apple was subsequently sued for trademark infringement as a result of the newly added Animoji feature. This article provides a preliminary analysis of the case. Apple’s case appears to be very weak. Read More.
The allegations against Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein have been front and center in the news recently. In this article, you can learn how Weinstein used the legal tool of a nondisclosure agreement (NDA) to help keep accusers silent. Read More.
The OJ Simpson saga has (hopefully) reached its final conclusion. In October 2017, former football star OJ Simpson was released from prison after serving nine out of a possible 33 year sentence. This article provides a history of OJ and his legal problems. Read More.
The recent Equifax breach has left millions of people exposed to financial risk. But the bigger risk and real danger belongs to the lenders, who now have a more difficult job when deciding to lend out money. Read More.
When a once-in-a-decade idea like Facebook comes around, steps are taken to protect the founder against outside forces. Sometimes those steps may not meet the requirements of corporate rules. Read More.