Legal

  On August 12, 2021, the Supreme Court heard the case of Chrysafis v. Marks.  This case was a request of New York landlords for relief from COVID related halts to evictions.  The landlords argued that the September 2, 2020 CDC issued public health order...

The United States of America has a real ring to it, USA.  What really comprises the USA, and how did we get there? Celebrating our freedoms won during the revolutionary war, should give us pause to reflect on how the United States is what it...

Fluffy coat, bright shining eyes, wagging tails, yips, yaps, and licks. Nothing more delightful than the cutest puppy ever, at least to the dog owner. Dogs are not universally considered to be cute pets. Dogs can be working breeds, trained to dig...

You have been home for months now, are your creative juices flowing?  New ideas?  New products?  New services?  A new book?  A new invention?                   There has been a surge in developing new ideas, patents, trademarks, and creating new products, inventions, screenplays and books....

There is a general belief in the justice system in our country.  It may be difficult to see it clearly during these times of civil unrest and anger shouting for change.  There are a variety of factors affecting how blind justice is:  Bias, Misconduct, and...

Have you ever wondered why there is Black History Month or African-American History Month, and why not a “Month of Your Ancestry”?  How do these months get recognition and how can your own ethnicity get a month of recognition?...