There has been a great amount of news about the cruise industry deciding to “voluntarily” disclose crimes and man-overboards to the public by listing such incidents on the cruise lines’ websites.
What if police could forecast crime the same way meteorologists talk about the chances of scattered storms this afternoon?
CBS travel expert Peter Greenberg has interesting comments on the recent crime statistics released by the three major cruise lines.
Use of illegal device was intended to block employer’s tracking device.
I recently tried a murder case. Forensics were not a huge issue, but they were important. While I shouldn’t be surprised, I was reminded about just how qualified (or unqualified) most of the people are who testify for the state.
A recent decision from a federal court in Missouri highlights some of the difficulties presented by mass copyright infringement litigation against BitTorrent users.
The Illinois Workers’ Compensation Act was changed in September of 2011. One of the more subtle changes that has had a big impact on cases relates to taking a drug test if you are hurt on the job.
I don’t think many would quarrel with the notion that employers should be on the hook for injuries their workers cause in the course and scope of their employment. The Latin term for this principle is respondeat superior, literally “let the master answer.”