By: Kendall Deese The NCAA has dealt with its fair share of gender-based discrimination over the years, and their March Madness Tournaments are no different. This year, the NCAA made it painstakingly obvious that they were making the Men’s and Women’s March Madness as “equal” as they could. The NCAA published an announcement stating that…

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By: Nabila Sudha Technological advances in modern society undoubtedly betters the life of the average person, providing many conveniences at the palms of our hands that would otherwise be unthinkable just two or three decades ago.[1]  For example, mobile banking has quickly become commonplace in the twenty years since its initial development, with over sixty…

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By: Gabriela Dueñas Just last week, Ventura County Superior Court Judge Roger Lund approved Amanda Bynes’ petition to end her nine-year conservatorship.[1] Amanda Bynes was initially placed in a temporary emergency conservatorship in 2013 after she set fire to a driveway.[2] While the court appointed Bynes’ mother as her temporary conservator, the court once again…

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By: Caren Andrango Tesla, Inc., a publicly traded company, is again facing a legal complaint which the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing filed alleging systematic sexual harassment and racial discrimination at Tesla’s Fremont, California factory.[1]  Tesla’s alleged misconduct should not be a surprise to investors given that the company was recently ordered to…

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By: Parker Reynolds On February 1, 2022, Brian Flores, the former head coach of the Miami Dolphins, filed a discrimination lawsuit in the Southern District of New York against the National Football League (“NFL”), alleging “the NFL remains rife with racism, particularly when it comes to the hiring and retention of Black Head Coaches, Coordinators,…

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By: Gabriela Dueñas Congress, the Food and Drug Administration (“FDA”), and the United States Department of Health and Human Services (“HHS”) are calling on the United States Patent and Trademark Office (“USPTO”) to join the fight in drug pricing abuse.[1]  The FDA acting Commissioner, Janet Woodcock, M.D., and the heads of the Senate Judiciary Intellectual…

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By: Isha Biswas Famous NBA player Giannis Antetokounmpo, affectionately named “The Greek Freak” by his loyal fans, has registered trademarks surrounding his well-known moniker.[1] Since registering the “Greek Freak” and the “Greek Fr34k” as trademarks, Antetokounmpo has filed a slew of lawsuits in the Southern District of New York in an effort to protect his…

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