I found myself in district court last week—it was a trial readiness day, and so the room was abuzz with attorneys trying to broker pleas and argue motions in anticipation of the trials that would be held within the next few days. Generally, the motions were heard without incident. The court allowed countless motions to “exclude the Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus test,” “sequester the witnesses,” and “keep out the defendant’s breath test refusal” without even an objection from the Commonwealth. Read More
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Professor Jennifer Taub is a legal scholar and advocate, devoted to making complex business law topics engaging inside and outside of the classroom. Her research and writing focuses on corporate governance, banking and financial market regulation, and white collar crime. Similarly, her advocacy centers on “follow the money” matters—promoting transparency and opposing corruption.
Matthew B. Harrison is an arts, entertainment, media attorney who works with artists and media creators to protect and monetize their content. Harrison's primary position has been as General Counsel to Talkers Magazine and its related media productions since graduating WNE Law in 2005. Harrison also is an adjunct professor at WNE Law teaching "Legal Issues in Digital Media" and "Entertainment Law." Harrison, his wife Meghan, son Oliver, and dachshund Schnapps, all reside in Springfield.
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