Published Date:June 11, 2013
Law professor Jay P. Kesan says the current non-negotiable approach to user privacy is in need of serious revision, especially with the increased popularity of web-based software that shares information via cloud computing.
June 11, 2013
Published Date:April 29, 2013
The Obama administrations controversial proposal to means-test Medicare recipients has one small problem the Medicare program is already means-tested, says law professor Richard L. Kaplan, a University of Illinois expert on retirement benefits.
April 29, 2013
Published Date:April 3, 2013
There is a highly-significant relationship between law students math skills and the substance of their legal analysis, according to research from Arden Rowell, a professor of law and the Richard W. and Marie L. Corman Scholar at Illinois.
April 3, 2013
Published Date:March 28, 2013
Although they share some important similarities, religious organizations, such as churches, that file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection differ from small business debtors in two significant ways they seek to preserve the going-concern value of the organizations themselves, and their members are more integral to their successful reorganizations, says a new study by a University of Illinois law professor.
March 28, 2013
Published Date:March 21, 2013
The outcome in the U.S. Supreme Court case challenging the 1996 Defense of Marriage Act could have complicated tax consequences for same-sex couples, a University of Illinois expert on taxation and retirement issues says, says Richard L. Kaplan, the Peer and Sarah Pedersen Professor of Law at the University of Illinois.
March 21, 2013