The comedian arrived at the courthouse Tuesday amid heightened security after a topless protester who appeared on several episodes of "The Cosby Show" as a child jumped a barricade on Monday and got within a few feet of Cosby as the comedian entered the courthouse. … [Read more...] about Bill Cosby Lawyer Launches Fierce Attack on Accuser in Opening Statement
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Provisions in the CARD Act protecting college students from credit card marketingThe first provision this article focuses on is the elimination of on campus promotions and giveaways.[xxxii] The CARD Act amended TILA to prevent credit card issuers from signing up college students in exchange for gifts or giveaways.[xxxiii] This exchange is defined in the federal regulation as an “Inducement.”[xxxiv] Inducement is “any tangible item to induce such student to apply for or open an open-end consumer credit plan offered by such card issuer or creditor, if such offer is made”[xxxv] There is concern that “tangible” is too narrow a definition, as credit card issuers can give reward points or discounts, and there is a call for broadening the definition.[xxxvi] As mentioned earlier, before the CARD Act, credit card issuers could give free t-shirts, pizza and other gifts at college campuses.[xxxvii] In order to clear up the ambiguity of … [Read more...] about Credit Card Marketing Geared Towards Students and the Policies to Address the Dilemma: Can More Be Done?
In his 22-year career, Pelé dribbled, kicked, and scored his way to three World Cup wins, but at the age of 74 he is seeking what may be his first victory in the U.S. judicial arena. While Samsung allegedly was looking for an assist from a Pelé look-alike to boost its HDTV sales, Pelé is asking the Chicago court to kick this ball out of play. Indeed, instead of a last-minute goal, Samsung, if its defenses fail to hold, might be facing a yellow card that carries with it a hefty monetary penalty. … [Read more...] about Soccer Legend Pelé Calls for a Yellow Card against Samsung
Signs to watch for in a child adict Forgetting appointments or dates Becoming withdrawn from family and friends Worse school grades and not getting assignments done on time Skipping school A change in behaviour and personality Developing an insterest in sports scores they previously didn't have Disaplying money on material possessions … [Read more...] about Teenager, 13, took his dad’s credit card and lost £80,000 on betting apps after seeing adverts at Wembley Stadium