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Lawyer Discusses Civil Law and Ferguson

After the ruling of the grand jury involved in the case of police brutality in Ferguson, Charles Ogletree, a Harvard Law School Professor, answered a few questions on the legality of the ruling, according to an article recently completed by The Daily Illini.  His...

Civil Law Presents Conflicts for Republicans

It has become a standard amongst American society that when the individual sees they have been wronged, they are able to take their assumedly powerful foe to court.  The proceeding trial is often envisioned as a dramatic battle between good and evil, with the wronged...

The Laws for Federal Minimum Wage in the United States

In a recent article by United States Department of Labor, wage and hour division is discussed. In this article, many questions about minimum wage law are answered. A common question that many US citizens ask is, “how much is federal minimum wage?” The Federal Labor...

New Voter Registration Laws Unsettling for Minorities

A recent article in the Latin Post is claiming that the new voter identification laws in Texas are geared towards rejecting Black and Latino voters. The article sates that these newly passed laws are seen to be some of the most restrictive laws in the United States....

Civil Cases – Wrongful Termination

One very common type of civil law case is that of wrongful termination. Wrongful termination can fall under many categories. The first is discrimination. It is illegal for an employer to fire an employee because of their race, religion, sex, nationality, age, and in...