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New Uber and Lyft Cap in NYC Decreases Ride Availability Today the City Council of New York passed regulations that will limit the amount of ride hail vehicles operating within the city. This cap comes in reaction to the issues New York City has been facing in terms of transportation. More specifically,…

Accidents happen. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, in 2015 there were over six million police-reported crashes in the United States. Over the course of a typical driving lifetime, a driver can expect to be involved in three to four accidents. Even with statistics like this, it is still…

In 1991, Congress enacted the Telephone Consumer Protection Act to protect consumers from unwanted calls. This provision prohibits the use of autodialers or artificial or prerecorded voice messages for calling, among others, telephone numbers assigned to cellular services. In 1992, the TCPA was updated by the Federal Communications Commission by…

Arbitration is an out-of-court proceeding in which a neutral third party called an arbitrator hears evidence and then makes a binding decision. Arbitration is the most commonly used method of alternative dispute resolution (ADR), and you’ll find an arbitration clause in the fine print of all kinds of contracts these…

A recent case in Wisconsin is at the center of a highly publicized ruling because of its unprecedented decision that held a gun store liable for the crimes committed by a person who unlawfully used a weapon purchased at their store. In 2005, there was a law passed under the…

The hacking of the cheating website Ashley Madison has generated extortion crimes and led to two unconfirmed reports of suicides. The exposed information has garnered a lot of press about who exactly is on it; including popular reality TV stars, powerful CEOs and government officials who accessed the site using…