Published Date:July 23, 2013
As firms grapple with the significant cost increases associated with the Affordable Care Act, the possibility emerges that employers would harass or retaliate against employees in order to avoid the law's financial penalties, according to law professors Peter Molk and Suja A. Thomas.
July 23, 2013
Published Date:July 18, 2013
"Thieves of Book Row: New York's Most Notorious Rare Book Ring and the Man Who Stopped It" is a Depression-era cat-and-mouse thriller about the pursuit of the worst rare-book ring in U.S. history, says author Travis McDade, curator of law rare books at the College of Law.
July 18, 2013
Published Date:June 13, 2013
To keep pace with the ever-increasing demand for renewable energy, forest management policy in the U.S. must evolve to address environmental sustainability issues, says Jody Endres, a professor of bioenergy, environmental and natural resources law at Illinois.
June 13, 2013
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