Fired FOX News Producer Wants to Recant Dominion Testimony
In light of Dominion Voting Systems' $1.6 billion defamation lawsuit against Fox News, Abby Grossberg, a former producer who was recently fired is attempting to retract her earlier testimony, claiming that she was pressured by Fox News lawyers to testify as she did.Read full story
Should There Be Age Limits to Drive?
Dick Van Dyke is a beloved American TV star, particularly for those of us of a certain vintage. We remember his work as a trailblazer in TV comedy, star of his eponymous show, and all-around excellent comedian.Read full story
Amazon Is Being Sued for Breaking Biometric Data Law
On January 11, 2021, the City of New York enacted a new law that requires. retailers and other commercial establishments that collect, retain, convert, store, or share customers’ “biometric identifier information” to notify their customers of these practices before customers enter those establishments.Read full story
Why Can't We Resist Social Media?
Social media has become an integral part of our daily lives, providing us with a constant source of information, entertainment, and connection. However, the use of social media has been known to be addictive, with many people struggling to control their usage.Read full story
Can Cafes Outlaw Laptops?
Cafes have the legal right to forbid the use of laptops in their establishment if they choose to do so. While many cafes welcome customers who want to use their laptops for work or leisure, some cafes may have policies in place that restrict the use of electronic devices like laptops. These policies may be based on the cafe's size, layout, or type of clientele they cater to.Read full story
What Are Legal Expungements?
Most people reading this have never even heard the term “expungement,” but it’s one that everyone should be familiar with. An expungement is a legal process in which a criminal record is sealed or erased from public record, making it inaccessible to the general public. Essentially, an expungement means that the record is treated as if it never existed, although some limited government agencies may still have access to it.Read full story
Why Ghost Kitchens Should Scare Floridians
Ghost kitchens, also known as virtual kitchens, cloud kitchens, or dark kitchens, are commercial kitchens designed solely for the purpose of food delivery and takeout orders. Unlike traditional restaurants, ghost kitchens don't have a storefront or dining area for customers to sit and eat. Instead, they operate entirely online and exclusively serve customers through delivery apps or their own online ordering system.Read full story
The Alex Murdaugh Murder Trial Heads to the Jury
In one of the most high-profile murder trials of the past fifty years, a jury is now set to decide the fate of Alex Murdaugh, the disbarred personal injury attorney and member of what many have described as a dynastic family in South Carolina's Lowcountry.Read full story
Gambling With Your Life in a Casino
No one expects to gamble with their life when they visit a casino to gamble. The most recent casino wrongful death lawsuit hit the news wires earlier this month when the family of Florida attorney David Jagolinzer - who was staying at the Wynn hotel for a legal conference - had a heart attack while playing blackjack. After he died months later, his family sued.Read full story
How Easy Is It To Return Your Cosori Air Fryer in the Recall?
This morning we all learned that two million Cosori brand air fryers were immediately being recalled because they can cause serious burns and property damage. CBS Newswatch reported that over 200 Cosori air fryers were reported catching fire, burning, melting, overheating and smoking.Read full story
There Are a Lot More Uninsured Drivers Than You Think
The percentage of uninsured drivers by state is much higher than most people think. This tweet from last weekend highlighted how serious this problem really is:. Dayle Lopez, an experienced Florida car accident lawyer, observed that:Read full story
New Jersey Turnpike Bus Crash Injures Ten
A New Jersey Turnpike accident between a NJ Transit bus and a cement truck has injured at least ten people, as per early reports. It was the bus that made contact with the cement truck on the Turnpike, very close to Elizabeth, New Jersey, 20 miles from Manhattan.Read full story
Nike Goes Ape Over Trademark Infringement
In this image from Nike’s legal filing, originally posted by Highsnobiety, it’s clear to both the average person and us sneakerheads that A Bathing Ape, more commonly referred to as “Bape,” almost certainly crossed the line here from design homage to intellectual property theft.Read full story
Florida Gators Highlight NCAA Crisis
Guilty until proven innocent is a pretty lousy credo when applied to college students. But that’s where we find ourselves today with the NCAA’s new stance to combat a ridiculous Pandora’s Box of their own creation.Read full story
What is the State of the Union Address?
The State of the Union, which President Biden will deliver on Tuesday night, is a historically important speech given by the president to Congress. The State of the Union is an annual event that dates back to George Washington, who was supposed to give one every year but didn't always do so. Since then, it has become a tradition for presidents to speak before Congress once per year (except for those who served fewer than four years in office).Read full story
Here Come the Sports Loan Sharks
The rules that allowed college athletes to monetize their name, image, and likeness were never going to be enough for some people. The NIL rules would always be pushed, extended, and reimagined - they were just stage one of a much more complicated scenario involving ways for athletes to get net new money.Read full story
What Makes a Great Café?
For those who follow the world of coffee, you’ll know that we are in what is known as the “third wave,” a term used to describe the current state of the specialty coffee industry. The first wave of coffee was focused on convenience and speed, with mass-produced instant coffee being a major player in this time period. The second wave saw higher-quality beans and brewing methods coming into play, but it was still primarily aimed at the mainstream consumer.Read full story
Can This Startup Change Your Life?
Erik Pavia wants to save your life. To say that there are a lot of startups these days would be an understatement. But, from my perspective, having advised hundreds of startups over the years, it seems that far too many are working on something that doesn’t help regular people and that we can’t even understand.Read full story
Investors Haven’t Learned A Thing From Theranos
Quick quiz: What do Elizabeth Holmes and Charlie Javice have in common?. They were both Forbes 30 Under 30, and both may be felons, leading some on social media to suggest that Forbes should change the program name to “30 Under 30 Years to Life.”Read full story
Journalist Fired as West Virginia Public Broadcaster Threatened
Journalist Fired as Public Broadcaster Threatened - by Aron Solomon. The firing of West Virginia Public Broadcasting (WVPB) reporter Amelia Ferrell Knisely is a bad news story no one who supports public broadcasting wanted to hear to begin 2023.Read full story