Steve Longo

Denzel Washington Says “FAIL BIG” – Here’s Why

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Denzel Washington is one of the greatest actors of all time. Find out how the two-time Oscar winner turned failure into success.

What Does The Future Hold For The American Healthcare System?

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American healthcare has spanned decades and multiple presidential administrations. Find out how our current system was shaped and what the future holds.

The Rise of Supercomputers on Wall Street: Why Quants are in High-Demand

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Quants and programmers play a much larger role in trading on Wall Street than ever before. Learn why with our latest article.

The 2020 CARES Act Implements Lessons Learned From the 2008 TARP Act

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The federal government has officially passed the CARES Act, an economic relief bill to counteract COVID-19. Learn everything about the bill here.

Contract Law: Can Anyone Make a Contract?

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Find out who can make a contract in our detailed analysis, including the types of people who may not be able to enter into contracts.

Criminal Law: When is Police Use of Force Justified?

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Examine what police use of force is, when it’s used and justified, and more in our in-depth report on the issue.

Civil Litigation: The Conflicts of Law Explained

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We examine the conflicts of law in detail and explore how they’re resolved between different jurisdictions in the United States.

Civil Litigation: What Happens Post-Trial?

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Explore what happens post-trial in the civil litigation process, including how appeals courts work and other post-trial procedures.

Civil Litigation: Examples of Civil Cases

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Explore examples of civil cases in-depth and discover how civil law differs from criminal law in the United States.

Tort Law: When Are Manufacturers Liable?

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Manufacturers can be held liable for any faults in their products. Learn how this can impact U.S. tort law.