Minor’s Disaffirmance of Digital Application Contracts: Having Their Cake and Eating It Too?

(Source)   In the United States, there is generally a broad freedom to contract. By default, the courts will hold two parties that have entered into a contract accountable for the conditions of the contract and will enforce the terms of the deal above the objections of either party. However, there are some exceptions to

Let’s Change the “Opt-In” Policy and Save Lives

(Source)   In the United States, over 100,000 people are currently in need of a lifesaving organ transplant. Unfortunately, 17 people die every day in the United States waiting for an organ. The United States currently has a patchwork of laws on organ donation, though there is a model legislation called the Uniform Anatomical Gift

Tort Creditors in Bankruptcy

(Source)   On December 15th, 2023, a federal jury awarded $148 million in damages  to two Georgia election workers, Ruby Freeman and Shaye Moss, in a defamation suit  against former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani, who had repeatedly accused the plaintiffs of manipulating ballots during the 2020 presidential election.  Unfortunately for Freeman and Moss,