Elite school that teaches Tom Brady’s son ‘failed to stop pedophile teacher’ By Kathianne Boniello – NY Post Peter Defeo III remembers the moment, 50 years ago, when he thought his real-life nightmare would end. He was alone at Manhattan’s prestigious Saint David’s School with teacher Robert Ludlow, as Ludlow […]
No matter how significantly COVID-19 has changed manner in which elder law is practiced (shuttered courthouses, self-isolation, remote computing and video conferencing), the substantive law changes during this period have been even more momentous. By Daniel G. Fish No matter how significantly COVID-19 has changed manner in which elder law […]
By Shannon Mallard – The GW Hatchet Title IX experts said officials are not likely to adopt the stricter sanctions for sexual assault called for in a petition posted late last month. Sophomore Abby Canning, the petition’s author, urged officials to suspend assailants until survivors graduate and impose harsher penalties […]
While the intention of helping those in need is admirable, the proposed legislation would alter private contract rights, and therefore inescapably bump up against the Contracts Clause of the U.S. Constitution. Read More
Advance directives are documents that express an individual’s health care wishes. ACTEC Fellows Daniel G. Fish and Tara Anne Pleat define and discuss end-of-life advance medical directives including a Living Will, Healthcare Proxy, medical orders (MOLST & POLST), and Do Not Resuscitate (DNR) orders.