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  • Tort Law Revisions Leaves Sexual Assault Victims Behind
    Tort Law Revisions Leaves Sexual Assault Victims Behind

    By: CSCS The revision of our country’s tort laws has long been a goal of U.S. corporations, doctors, and some conservative groups. Such tort revision, often unfairly couched as tort ‘reform,’ seeks to ...

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  • Legislation on Self-Driving Cars Passes the House
    Legislation on Self-Driving Cars Passes the House

    By: CSCS On September 6, 2017, the U.S. House approved a bill in furtherance of the development of self-driving cars. The bill would allow companies that are developing self-driving technology to ...

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  • Lawsuit Alleges Gross Failure by Howard University to Help Rape Survivors
    Lawsuit Alleges Gross Failure by Howard University to Help Rape Survivors

    Five ‘Jane Does’, all former and current students of Howard University (“HU”), filed a federal law suit against HU alleging deliberate indifference towards their reported sexual assaults. It’s HU’s ...

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