The Supreme Court is hearing arguments in two lawsuits that involve the legality and propriety of affirmative action programs.
Split agreements among movie theaters to stifle competition is a per se violation of the Sherman Anti-Trust Act.
Various courts have established that contracts must be minimally fair; at the very least, legal contracts cannot be unconscionable.
Prosecutors are in no way required to honor the wishes of victims insofar as prosecution decisions are concerned.
There should be space legislation in place that addresses the various disputes and legal issues that can occur in outer space.
The Tasini case did much to clarify the boundary lines of copyright protections between authors and collective works publishers.
The case of De Havilland v. Warner Brothers blazed a new trail for worker rights and the balance of power between employees and employers.
In this year’s SESA presentation, I advocated for the incorporation of applied ethics into the study of space classes.