Elon Musk Makes Twitter His Original Offer Once Again

Posted by Zaina Murad. Elon Musk is the CEO of the company Tesla Motors and had previously made a bid statement on purchasing Twitter. However, soon after he rescinded his statement and stated that he was not given crucial information regarding the nature of the company. Musk stated that he wanted to terminate the deal …

How Will the Upcoming Midterm Elections Influence Business Law?

Posted by Samantha Goldfarb. Samantha is a political science major at Seton Hall University, Class of 2023. https://businesslawtoday.org/2022/09/2022-midterm-congressional-elections-impact-on-business-lawyers/Anderson, Caitlin A. “The 2022 Midterm Congressional Elections and Their Impact on Business Lawyers.” Business Law Today from ABA, Business Law Today, 21 Sept. 2022, https://businesslawtoday.org/2022/09/2022-midterm-congressional-elections-impact-on-business-lawyers/.

President Biden Announces Pardons for Thousands of People Convicted of Marijuana Possession

Posted by Steven Higgins. On Thursday, October 6th, President Biden announced that he will be pardoning all prior federal offenses of simple marijuana possession. The move comes after there has been immense pressure on the administration to release those imprisoned on marijuana charges after it has been fully legalized in thirty-eight states across the country. …

Constitutionality of the Vaccine Mandate

Posted by Jamie Hamalainen. The Coronavirus has brought about many worldwide issues since 2019, causing detrimental effects on the economy and many other aspects that affect people’s everyday lives. In order to combat these issues, there has been a great amount of work done to efficiently produce a vaccine and hopefully control the outbreak and …

How Huge is a Paperwork Error?

Posted by Jocelyn Duallo. The Associated Press presents ongoing lawsuits in Pennsylvania about mail-in or absentee ballots. The federal court is dealing with the American Civil Liberties Union and a variety of other groups filing a suit, “seeking to have votes from mail-in or absentee ballots counted even if they lack proper dates on their …

Montana AG Launches an Investigation into TikTok for Allegedly Serving Harmful Content to Children

Posted by Julia Haines. In this article published by FOXBusiness and written by Marisa Schultz, it claims the growing number of controversial trends that are prevalent on social media, specifically TikTok. TikTok is a short-form, video-sharing app that allows users and creators to share content and videos as well as start trends.  However, there have …

Should Complex “Terms and Conditions” Documents Be Legally Binding?

Posted by Alex Mapes. This article caught my attention. It is entitled, “If the small print terms and conditions require a PhD to read should they be legally binding?” The article highlights the complexities of user agreements and how this could conflict with consumer laws. The article explains how the legal agreements are required to …