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Understanding SSI vs. SSDI

Understanding SSI vs. SSDI

Apple v. Department of Justce: A Look at Privacy Rights in the Modern World

A blog post looking into how modern technology has changed the way we look at privacy and how it has changed the privacy we have a right to.

McDonnell v. US: The Latest Look at Political Bribery

A blog post looking into the Supreme Court case McDonnell v. US and political corruption.

Connecticut Judicial Branch Plans Layoffs and Closures for Fiscal Year

A blog post about changes made to the Connecticut judicial system for the 2016-17 fiscal year.

Government Sovereign Immunity and its Effect on Liability

A blog post about when the government is immune to being sued and found liable in a lawsuit and when it is not.

FDA Admits Popular Antibiotics May Have Serious Side Effects

A blog post about news coming out of the FDA alerting the public that there are some drugs that were approved by the agency despite having serious side effects that many outweigh the benefits.

Husband Gives Child Check For Child Support

Blog post about a husband who violated a court order by making his child support payments directly to his child.

Court Awards $6,544 To Driver Injured In Street Sweeper Debacle

Blog explaining the state's liability for a street-sweeper backing into a driver's car.

Sovereign Immunity Fails in State Motorcycle Accident

Blog post about the state's liability for a rider injured during a state-sponsored motorcycle training course.

Evasion of Responsibility Requires Parties to Stop and Render Assistance

Blog post about the evasion of responsibility requirement that makes it mandatory for someone to stay at the scene when they have been involved in a car accident.

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