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Joint Clinic Report: Company’s Remedies for Rape in Papua New Guinea Deeply Flawed

November 20, 2015

Via International Human Rights Clinic Geneva & New York, November 19, 2015—A controversial process created by one of the world’s largest gold mining companies to compensate women for rapes and gang rapes in Papua New Guinea was deeply flawed, said human rights investigators and legal experts at Columbia and Harvard Law Schools in a study […]

A shout-out to the Recording Artists Project

November 20, 2015

Via Billboard By Shirley Halperin When a client list reads like the Billboard Hot 100 — Justin Bieber, Jason Derulo, Meghan Trainor, Future, John Legend and Jennifer Lopez, to name a few — one has to wonder: What came first, the attorney or the hit act? In the case of young 38-year-old Aaron Rosenberg, the […]

FLPC, in partnership with the Food Recovery Project, Launches Legal Guide on the Federal Enhanced Tax Deduction for Food Donations

November 18, 2015

Via Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation An estimated 40 percent of food produced in the United States goes uneaten; at the same time, more than 14 percent of U.S. households are food insecure at some point during the year. Diverting a fraction of the wholesome food that currently goes to waste in this […]