Covid Cryptocurrency Craze and Tax Liabilities

Covid Cryptocurrency Craze and Tax Liabilities

By Sheridan Maxey   The pandemic caused many individuals to remain at home, and left a large number of individuals without sustainable income due to business closures.[1] However, remarkably, the trading of cryptocurrency remained stable with the well-known...
Zoom Fatigue: Issues & Solutions

Zoom Fatigue: Issues & Solutions

By Melisa Azak   In the past week, Zoom has received widespread backlash for paying $0 in federal income taxes despite making $670 million profits during the coronavirus pandemic.[1] An ubiquitous technology, Zoom has become a household name in the last year by...
The Problem of Actual Innocence

The Problem of Actual Innocence

By Ryan Leonard   Advancements in the technology of DNA analysis have allowed for the vindication of claims of actual innocence.[1]  However, claims of actual innocence, even when supported by evidence, are not sufficient to trigger a federal habeas review.[2] ...
And The Oscar Goes To . . . Netflix!

And The Oscar Goes To . . . Netflix!

By Sophia Studer   One of my all-time favorite things to do in pre-covid-19 times was going to a movie with friends. But as the world sits homebound with our options reduced to streaming for new content, we are witnessing a revolution in the way movies are being...
Law On Mars?

Law On Mars?

By Jeffrey Phaup   Customers who signed up for a beta test of SpaceX’s Starlink satellite internet service have had to agree, under section nine of the services terms and conditions, that Mars is a “free planet”.[1] The provision states:   “For services...
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