About Blog Business Law

Blog Business Law is an educational resource for Business Law students on the university level. Its purpose is to present current issues in business law and provide commentary and opinion. Both graduate and undergraduate students of Seton Hall University, Stillman School of Business, and Montclair State University, Feliciano School of Business post on a wide variety of topics. Some of the areas covered are contracts, business torts, white collar crime, cybercrime, and First Amendment law.

Professor Victor Nicholas A. Metallo, MAE, MBA, MLIS, JD, LLM (canid.) teaches at Seton Hall University, Stillman School of Business, Department of Economics and Legal Studies, and Montclair State University, School of Business, Department of Accounting, Law and Taxation. He developed “Blog Business Law” to inspire students to be aware of the legal environment in business through researching current events and practice writing in a concise manner.

This blog/website is for educational purposes and general information only and not to provide specific legal advice. By using this blog site, you understand that there is no attorney client relationship between you and the blog/website publisher(s). The blog/website should not be used as a substitute for competent legal advice from a licensed professional attorney in your state. This site is not affiliated with Seton Hall University or Montclair State University.

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Recent Posts

Article About Paying Debts Early

Here’s an article about paying off debts as soon as possible. https://www.msn.com/en-us/money/personalfinance/opinion-kevin-oleary-says-you-need-to-have-all-your-debts-paid-off-by-age-45-—-including-your-mortgage/ar-BBT2ISE?li=BBnbfcL

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Court Narrows Jurisdiction in Foreign-Bribery Cases

Posted by Brianna McCoy.  In the very end of August of this year, 2018, a court ruling involving the FCPA could potentially limit the government’s power to go after foreign companies and individuals in bribery cases. This type of court situation is dealt within the U.S. appeals court. The appeals court supported a ruling that […]

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SEC vs Elon Musk

Posted by Dan Mikrut. Who knew that typing 280 characters could turn into a $40 Million dollar law suit. This is the cold reality in the case of the SEC vs. Elon Musk. On September 27, 2018 the SEC filed securities fraud charges against Elon Musk, the chairman and CEO of Tesla Motors. On August […]

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California Becomes 1st State to Pass Important Business Law for Women

Posted by Frank J. Frasco. For decades upon decades, the debate of women in the workforce had been a strong debate, a once disregarded topic that was controlled and ignored by the patriarchal society that was once America before the 19th amendment. However, with more and more women having full-time, career jobs, there has been […]

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Facebook Lawsuit Saying Violent Images Caused Her PTSD

Posted by Jasmine Lightburn. In this law suit, a content moderator is suing Facebook for causing her post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Content moderators are responsible for sifting through often criminal and disturbing posts that users all over the world upload and removing them from the web before the general public sees. She claims that […]

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