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Posted on in Finance/Government/Public Policy/Volume III

Will the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Start Regulating Commercial Lending to Small Businesses? A brief analysis of the current state of commercial regulation and evaluating its future

By Scott Natsuhara            We now live in a world where we are accustomed to heavy disclosures and regulations in our daily banking transactions. It may be hard to believe that before the Frank-Dodd Act, opening a bank account or applying for a loan required only a fraction of the paperwork.  Neither did applying for new… Keep Reading

Posted on in Public Policy/Real Estate/Volume III

The Effects of the Clippers’ New Stadium & the Implications of Relocation

By Kevin Glaudin            The Los Angeles Clippers have called the Staples Center home for 21 years. Beginning in 2021, construction of a new 18,000 seat arena in the Inglewood area will begin, which the team will call home in 2024. Following the Rams and the Chargers, the Clippers franchise is the newest California sports team… Keep Reading

Posted on in Government/Public Policy/Volume III

The U.S. Higher Education System and Its Future

By Niko Zhou            The COVID-19 pandemic has had unprecedented effects on the United States’ higher education system. With closed borders, an increasingly hostile view of international students, a protectionist standpoint, and new restrictive modifications to the H1B visa requirements, universities are entering unknown territory. International students have always served as a reliable and steady source… Keep Reading

Posted on in Finance/Investment/Public Policy/Volume II

The Razor’s Edge: How the Trump Administration is Loosening Dodd-Frank and the Ramifications of its Actions

By Nabi Menai             Perhaps one of the most cataclysmic events of the 21st century was the financial crisis that began in 2008. Not only did it send the United States into a historic recession, its effects reverberated around the world and the ramifications of the crisis can still be felt today. Banks and law… Keep Reading

Posted on in Public Policy/Technology/Volume II

How the Compulsory Licensing System Has Impacted Sampling in Today’s Music Industry and Potential Calls for Reform

By Bruce Fan Sting recently sued up-and-coming rapper Juice WRLD for copyright infringement because Juice WRLD’s hit song “Lucid Dreams” used samples from Sting’s “Shape of My Heart.” Sampling occurs when composers “manipulate a recorded fragment of sound from a pre-existing recording and then use it as a part of a new composition.”[1] Juice WRLD’s… Keep Reading

Posted on in Business Organizations/Employment/Public Policy/Volume II

Mandatory Arbitration in United States Employment Law

By Samantha Delbick Introduction: Why Workers Getting Their Day in Court Matters   In the workforce, U.S. laws guarantee the right to a safe workplace, the right to overtime pay, the right to equal treatment regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, and so much more.[1] However, in the past three decades, the Supreme Court has allowed… Keep Reading

Posted on in Government/Public Policy/Volume II

Is Immigration Enforcement Good for Business? A Look Inside GEO Group, Inc.

By Ashley Zavala Spotlight – The Geo Group, Inc. Since his inauguration, President Trump has posted tweets and has implemented executive orders and immigration policies that have been extensively covered by the American news media. With politics so heavily publicized and debated, certain factors often go overlooked, such as how these immigration policies are carried… Keep Reading

Posted on in Public Policy/Real Estate/Volume II

Hey, Government! Smart Growth is Smart for Business and Curbing Climate Change

By Paulina Knotts Introduction At alarming rates, America’s growing population, industrialization, and consumerism are depleting its finite land and natural resources, while simultaneously accelerating global warming.[1] [This acceleration is largely due to heightened greenhouse gas emissions, which inefficient and unplanned “sprawl” development has increased.[2]  Sprawl is a modern “form of urbanization distinguished by leapfrog patterns… Keep Reading

Posted on in Government/Public Policy/Technology/Volume I

Politicizing User Information: How Partisan Divisions in Congress Affect Personal Liberties Online

By Jonathan Kwortek Recently, scandal involving Cambridge Analytica, a political data firm, dominated the news cycle for weeks on end. Cambridge Analytica’s misuse of personal information from Facebook to target individuals with political advertisements[1] compelled Congress to invite Facebook’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg to testify. While Republicans’ questioning displayed an interest in the social network’s handling… Keep Reading

Posted on in Employment/Government/Public Policy/Volume I

Humanity Aside: Why Employers Should Care About Overseas Filipino Workers’ Welfare

By Krisha Mae Cabrera    “BODY OF OFW FOUND IN FREEZER” — news of the brutal death of an Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW) rattled the Filipino community early in 2018.  Joanna Demafelis was a domestic worker in Kuwait whose body was found in a freezer with signs of torture and strangulation. Though the details surrounding… Keep Reading

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