Prof. Theresa J. Pulley Radwan with the She Stepped Up Award. Theresa J. Pulley Radwan, transitional business administrator and professor of law, was one of six women in higher education in Florida to be recognized with the “She Stepped Up Award: Recognizing Extraordinary Leadership During COVID-19.” The award, presented by the American Council on Education Women’s Network – Florida during its fourth annual conference on… » Read more
Four trade associations are suing the comptroller of Maryland over the state’s new tax on digital advertising, the first tax of its kind in the United States.
With doubts raised about the constitutionality of Maryland’s recently adopted gross revenues tax on digital advertising, there are other ways states could tax digital advertising, according to experts.
The rarely litigated federal law passed in the late 1990s was created to protect electronic commerce.
A potential defamation suit might be limited to comments made by the individual or group itself - as opposed to simply sharing an article.
Corporate political action committees account for a sliver of the cash that flows into politics.
Collier Resources Company, from the Collier family that donated land for the preserve in the 1970s and kept the mineral rights, still has control of portions of Big Cypress.
The First Amendment protects individuals and companies from government speech mandates.
Predictions for the Biden Administration's legislative agenda as it relates to higher education.
Covid-19 is exacerbating all the conditions that help modern slavery thrive.
The Brennan Center for Justice at New York University released a study Tuesday showing that state legislators have introduced three times the number of bills to restrict voting access when compared to the same point last year.
After a contentious term at Columbia, former EVP of University Life Suzanne Goldberg to oversee national Title IX policy
Goldberg’s main focus in the OCR will be to bridge the gap between the diverging Title IX policies of the Trump and Biden administrations and to clarify federal guidelines that colleges will follow moving forward.