Earlier this month, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court voided multiple foreclosures by US Bancorp and Wells Fargo, holding that because the banks presented no evidence that the mortgages were assigned to them during the securitization process, they did not hold title to the properties and
By Daniel Nazar
As a nation, America lacks strong privacy protections. While we live in a country proud of its constitutionally guaranteed rights, it wasn't clear until the 2003 Lawrence decision that privacy was protected enough to prevent states from criminalizing some forms of consensual sex
On Wednesday, I attended an event here at HLS with William Thaddeus Coleman Jr. I was fortunate enough to be in charge of book sales for his memoir after the event and was able to sit next to Mr. Coleman for the better part of
By Meghan Heesch
As millions prepare to board flights for Thanksgiving holiday destinations, the TSA’s newest attempt to use technology to balance liberty and security needs has travelers extremely concerned about privacy rights. In a proactive approach to ensure safety, travelers at major airports have full
Best Oralist: David Denton
Best Brief: Petitioners
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