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FIU Law Review Member, Jason Anon, Discusses The Legal Landscape Surrounding Workplace Sexual Harassment and Offsite, Nonwork-Sponsored Employee Interactions

FIU Law third year student and FIU Law Review Member, Jason Anon, authored “The Legal Landscape Surrounding Workplace Sexual Harassment and Offsite, Nonwork-Sponsored Employee Interactions” on November 4, 2018,  for the FIU Law Review legal scholarly blog.

The Legal Landscape Surrounding Workplace Sexual Harassment and Offsite, Nonwork-Sponsored Employee Interactions

Jason Anon* In the wake of the #MeToo movement, the Harvey Weinstein scandal, and the recent sexual assault allegations made during Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s Senate Confirmation Hearings, there can be little doubt that sexual harassment has a profound impact on workplaces, careers, and employment.[1] However, in addition to the lessons that can be gleaned from […]

APPLYING LESSONS FROM COMBATTING CONFLICT DIAMONDS TO LEGITIMIZE CRYPTOCURRENCIES

By Andrew Balthazor* Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin have a legitimacy problem that makes governments and mainstream financial institutions leery.[1] Their portability, quasi-anonymity, and irrevocable transactions make cryptocurrencies attractive to criminals as both a target for theft and as a means of exchange.[2] Controlling cryptocurrencies’ use as the black-market coin of choice will help speed the adoption […]