For years American property law scholars have debated the merits of the Restatement (Third) Property: Servitudes (2000). Some have praised it as a bold attempt to streamline and rationalize an outdated and confusing area of law. Others have criticized it for having too much of a reformist agenda.
A new study (conducted by Leslie Paik and Chiara Packard at the request of Juvenile Law Center) takes a deep look at Dane County, Wisconsin, and helps to explain why juvenile court costs are so problematic and so likely to increase, rather than decrease, recidivism.
Headwinds and Shifting Priorities: Beyond the Numbers in the SEC Enforcement Division’s 2019 Annual ReportRobin M. Bergen, Matthew C. Solomon, Alex Janghorbani, Jenny Paul and Samuel H. Chang
On November 6, 2019, the SEC’s Division of Enforcement released its annual report (the “Report”) describing its enforcement actions from fiscal year 2019.
On Nov. 20, 2019 Iowa Senator Joni Ernst introduced a version of the Violence against Women Act bill that she sponsored.
Privacy regulators increasingly are prescribing rules around third-party vendor and data processing management. As of March 1, 2019, for instance, New York’s Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) requires that Covered Entities establish policies and procedures for assessing the risks posed by vendors, determining minimum cybersecurity and privacy practices, conducting due diligence, and following up with periodic assessments.
The Brennan Center for Justice and the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund are holding a symposium on “Policing Race and Technology” on Dec. 3, 2019. The symposim aims to center the racial justice issues raised by modern surveillance technologies such as facial recognition, predictive policing, and social media monitoring tools.