Although Pearson, the nation’s biggest testing company, has come under scrutiny in New York for a $7.7 million settlement with the state, the firm has faced numerous problems nationwide, leading to millions more in settlements. In addition to that sum ...Read More »
Changes in the way class action lawsuits are handled are being considered by Congress and the Judicial Conference of the United States. Some House representatives think the current law is overly broad, allowing people who have not been injured to ...Read More »
BALTIMORE — When police spotted Freddie Gray and he took off running through his Baltimore neighborhood, officers made a split-second decision to give chase, setting in motion his death in custody, rioting in the streets and now charges against six ...Read More »
The question of conferring automatic citizenship on those born in the United States is being looked at in the House where a judiciary subcommittee Wednesday conducted a hearing revisiting the Citizenship Clause of the 14th Amendment. “The discussion is important ...
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The Government Law Center of Albany Law School and the New York State Bar Association have jointly released the latest issue of “Government, Law and Policy Journal” which showcases New York’s long history of innovative public policies. The authors include ...Read More »