The American College of Trial Lawyers has released its White Paper on Campus Sexual Assault Investigation. The white paper was prepared by The Task Force on the Response of Universities and Colleges to Allegations of Sexual Violence.
Section 3 – Battery: Definition of Offensive Contact, of the Intentional Torts project appeared at ALI’s Annual Meeting in 2015 (at the time it was numbered Section 103). Due to a close vote on Section 3(b) (then 103(b)), it was agreed that this Section would be brought back to a future Annual Meeting.
The Policing project is on ALI’s Annual Meeting agenda this year for the first time, specifically, Use of Force. As the project progresses, The ALI Adviser will share several sections of the project, including Black Letter and Comments. The first in this series is Section 5.04 – Proportional Use of Force.
A federal appeals court Tuesday rejected a challenge by former United Auburn tribal chairwoman Jessica Tavares and other dissident members who charged they were illegally banished and denied their shares of profits from the lucrative Thunder Valley Casino near Lincoln.
On March 20, 2017, the Iowa House of Representatives voted to pass HF 579, a new sentencing reform bill that would build on the successful reforms implemented last year.
In Noble v. Samsung Electronics America, Inc., the plaintiff, after purchasing a smartwatch that advertised “24 to 48 hours with typical use,” found that the device’s batter only lasted for a few hours. When he determined that other customers were experiencing the same issue, he filed a class action complaint in federal court. Samsung then sought to compel arbitration based on a clause in the “Health and Safety and Warranty Guide,” which is included in every box when purchased.