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Column: A new law aims to protect you from surprise (read: bonkers) medical bills

The No Surprises Act, which took effect this month, makes it illegal for hospitals to slap patients with sky-high charges for out-of-network care.


Microsoft buys Activision Blizzard for $68.7 billion

Microsoft gains access to games such as 'Call of Duty' and 'Candy Crush,' as Activision remains in turmoil over claims of misconduct and unequal pay.


Column: A new study calculates the incredible cost of ivermectin stupidity

America wasted an incredible $129 million on a drug that doesn't work against COVID.


Column: Single-payer healthcare is the right system. Can California build it on its own?

California Democrats are trying again to enact a single-payer healthcare system. That's good news.


Column: Chase let an elderly customer wire more than $600,000 to an overseas scammer

A scammer compelled an 81-year-old woman to wire more than $600,000 overseas within a span of days. Chase bank did little to stop the fraud.


Stranded sailors rely on this Walmart of the seas. COVID made it hard to stay afloat

A 90-year-old family business called Harbor Ship Supply acts as a supermarket to ships and seafarers, a tougher task these days.


Plan to charge shippers for abandoning empty containers is on hold at Port of L.A.

The Port of Los Angeles, the nation's largest for container traffic, has deferred a plan to charge ocean carriers that fail to clear empty containers off the docks and is consulting with the logistics industry about alternatives on how to cut the backlogs.


Beverly Hills mansion of Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen sells for $45 million

In Beverly Hills Post Office, a lavish compound owned by late Microsoft Corp. co-founder Paul Allen has sold for $45 million.


Inflation: What's driving it, who benefits and when will it end?

Primarily driven by supply chain bottlenecks, inflation is a threat to the health of the economy, but the rise in prices has been good for some.


Podcast: Chuck E. Cheese forever

How does a chain based on an orphaned mouse who plays in a band survive and thrive? Very carefully.


Your boss wants you back in the office despite COVID. Here's why

Employers delay office return dates. Some employees say they don't ever want to work in an office again.


Luxe lounges, more stores: The 5 trends that will shape L.A.'s cannabis scene in 2022

Expect a rise in in-person events, an emphasis on branding and inaction at the federal level.


Column: At a subsidiary of a $4-billion corporation, these low-wage workers are striking for better pay

A nearly three-month strike shows the determination of low-wage factory workers.


Podcast: Work from home, get spied on by your boss

On "The Times Daily Podcast," we examine how and why companies are spying on their workers at home a| and whether a backlash is coming.


Christmas was saved from the supply-chain bottleneck. The next challenge: Lunar New Year

At the Long Beach port, Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg praised local efforts to improve supply-chain issues. But a fresh challenge looms.


DMV 'revisiting' its approach to regulating Tesla's public self-driving test

In light of videos showing self-driving Teslas attempting dangerous maneuvers, the California DMV is considering whether to require the company to conform to the same laws as other robot car makers.


10 books to help you understand inequality a and possible solutions

These 10 books, including Stephanie Land's "Maid," will help you understand the inequalities built into America's economy.


Diddy sells his Toluca Lake mansion for $6.5 million

Rapper Sean Combs has sold his Toluca Lake home of 13 years for $6.513 million in the neighborhood's priciest sale in months.


Column: Glasses are still too damn expensive

Online eyewear sites are pushing prices for glasses down. But the markups for most frames and lenses remain exorbitant.


Column: Hoag hospital finally extricates itself from the heavy hand of Catholic healthcare

California's Hoag Hospital wins its battle to shed itself of Catholic healthcare restrictions


2 out of 3 Kroger workers struggle to afford food and housing, survey finds

Workers for Kroger, which owns grocery chains such as Ralphs and Food 4 Less, struggle to meet basic needs, according to a survey commissioned by a union representing them in negotiations.


Column: Mocking anti-vaxxers' COVID deaths is ghoulish, yes a but may be necessary

How should we think about anti-vaccine activists who die from COVID?


This is what happened inside the Golden Globes show that wasn't televised

Dropped by NBC, shunned by Hollywood and hampered by COVID-19, this year's Golden Globes ceremony was a small, private and somber affair.


Why are rapid tests for COVID-19 in such short supply?

Government officials and private companies failed to anticipate the spike in demand for rapid COVID-19 antigen tests, but they are scrambling to close the gap.


Actor Michael York eyes $7 million for scenic spot in Hollywood Hills

'Austin Powers' actor Michael York is asking $7 million for a Hollywood Hills home that he's owned since 1976.


Despite shortfall in year-end hiring, workers' wages rise sharply as unemployment rate falls below 4%

The nation's jobless rate stood at 3.9% in December, down from November's 4.2%. By most counts, the economy has held up remarkably well.


A glimpse into Disneyland's future? Disney may one day project 3-D images for individual guests

The Walt Disney Co. has been approved for a patent to project 3-D images on real-world objects in theme parks.


Column: Nuclear energy backers say it's vital for the fight against global warming. Don't be so sure

Nuclear power proponents say their technology is 'green.' But the history of nuclear power is one of broken promises of safety and profitability.


Shonda Rhimes sells Hancock Park compound for record $21 million

Shonda Rhimes has set a record in Hancock Park, selling her 99-year-old remodeled mansion for $21 million.


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The Fight for Privacy

Streaming Audio Citron-Foundation_AUDIO.mp3Professor Danielle K. Citron, director of UVA Law's new LawTech Center, discusses topics from her forthcoming book, aThe Fight for Privacy: Protecting Dignity, Identity, and Love in the Digital Age.a Dean Risa Goluboff introduces Citron.


The Permanent Achievement of aA Theory of Justicea

Streaming Audio Karsh- Keynote-AUDIO.mp3Brown University professor Charles Larmore delivers his keynote lecture, aThe Permanent Achievement of A Theory of Justice.a Sponsored by UVA Lawas Karsh Center for Law and Democracy and the Center for Law & Philosophy, the conference marked the 50th anniversary of John Rawlsa aA Theory of Justice.a


Justice and Legitimacy (A Theory of Justice: 50 Years Later)

Streaming Audio Karsh- Panel-4-AUDIO.mp3Scholars Andrew Lister, Queenas University; Simon May, Florida State University; and Cynthia Stark, University of Utah, participate in the panel discussion aJustice and Legitimacy,a moderated by Blain Neufeld, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Sponsored by UVA LawasA Karsh Center for Law and Democracy and the Center for Law & Philosophy, the conference marked the 50th anniversary of John Rawlsa aA Theory of Justice.a


Education, Labor, and Justice (A Theory of Justice: 50 Years Later)

Streaming Audio Karsh- Panel-3-AUDIO.mp3Scholars Gina Schouten of Harvard University and Sabine Tsuruda of Queenas University discuss aEducation, Labor and Justice,a with Christie Hartley of Georgia State University moderating. This conference marked the 50th anniversary of John Rawlsa aA Theory of Justice.a Sponsored by UVA LawasA Karsh Center for Law and Democracy and the Center for Law & Philosophy, the conference marked the 50th anniversary of John Rawlsa aA Theory of Justice.a


Justice and Democracy (A Theory of Justice: 50 Years Later)

Streaming Audio Karsh-Panel-1-AUDIO.mp3Scholars Simone Chambers, University of California, Irvine; Derrick Darby, Rutgers University; and David Reidy, University of Tennessee, participate in the panel discussion aJustice and Democracy,a moderated by UVA Law professor Micah Schwartzman a05. Sponsored by UVA LawasA Karsh Center for Law and Democracy and the Center for Law & Philosophy, the conference marked the 50th anniversary of John Rawlsa aA Theory of Justice.a


Race, Religion and Ideal Theory (A Theory of Justice: 50 Years Later)

Streaming Audio Karsh- Panel-2-AUDIO.mp3Scholars Larry Krasnoff, College of Charleston; CA(c)cile Laborde, University of Oxford; and Anthony Laden, University of Illinois Chicago, participate in the panel discussion aRace, Religion, and Ideal Theory,a moderated by Lori Watson of Washington University in St. Louis. Sponsored by UVA LawasA Karsh Center for Law and Democracy and the Center for Law & Philosophy, the conference marked the 50th anniversary of John Rawlsa aA Theory of Justice.a


Judge Leo Strine Jr. on Contracts Law

Streaming Audio leo_strines-class-AUDIO.mp3Former Delaware Supreme Court Chief Justice Leo E. Strine Jr. recently spoke about the importance of contracts in the practice of law during UVA Law professor Mitu Gulati's 1L Contracts class.


War Powers After Afghanistan

Streaming Audio War-Powers.mp3Experts discuss the future of war powers after the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan. Panelists include Tess Bridgeman, co-editor-in-chief of Just Security; Yale Law School professor Oona Hathaway; and Rutgers Law School professor Adil Haque. UVA Law professor Kristen Eichensehr, director of the National Security Law Center, moderated the event. This event was sponsored by the National Security Law Center; Law, Innovation, Security & Technology; and the National Security Law Forum.


2022 Lile Moot Court Finals

Streaming Audio UVAlaw.mp3Third-year UVA Law students Chris Baldacci and Michael Patton face off against Abigail Burke and Bolton Smith in the final round of UVA Lawas 93rd annual William Minor Lile Moot Court Competition. Judge Pierre Bergeron a99 of the Ohio First District Court of Appeals, Judge Britt C. Grant of the Eleventh U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, and Chief Judge Sri Srinivasan of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit decided the competitionas winners, Baldacci and Patton.


Formalism Is Back

Streaming Audio Solum-chair.mp3UVA Law professor Lawrence B. Solum, an internationally recognized legal theorist, discusses why legal formalism is back during a lecture honoring his appointment as the William L. Matheson and Robert M. Morgenthau Distinguished Professor of Law.


Political Fragmentation in Democracies Today

Streaming Audio Oxford-Va-Tax-Piles-Schon.mp3Professor Richard Pildes of the New York University School of Law discusses his article aPolitical Fragmentation in Democracies Today.a Professor Wolfgang SchAPn of the Max Planck Institute for Tax Law and Public Finance provides commentary. UVA Law professor Ruth Mason, Oxford University professor Tsilly Dagan and other legal scholars also discuss the work. This event was held as part of the aTax Meets Non-Taxa Oxford-Virginia Legal Dialogs workshop series that builds bridges from tax to other kinds of scholarship.


The Charlottesville Trial: An Overview of Sines v. Kessler

Streaming Audio Sines-v-Kessler-AUDIO.mp3UVA Law professors John C. Jeffries Jr. a73, Leslie Kendrick a06 and Micah J. Schwartzman a05A join UVA history professor James Loeffler to discuss Sines v. Kessler, a federal lawsuit against white supremacists involved in the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville during Aug. 11-12, 2017. The event was sponsored by the Karsh Center for Law and Democracy and the UVA College of Arts & Sciences Jewish Studies Program.


Privacy and Democracy in Technology

Streaming Audio Privacy-and-Democracy-in-Technology-AUDIO.mp3UVA Law professor Danielle Citron; Megan Gray of Gray Matters Law & Policy; and Rachel Levinson-Waldman of the Brennan Center for Justiceas Liberty & National Security Program discuss issues of democracy and technology in privacy. The event was sponsored by the LawTech Center, the American Constitution Society for Law and Policy, and Law, Innovation, Security & Technology.A


Military Justice in America

Streaming Audio Miliary-Justice_Judge-Margaret-Ryan.mp3Senior Judge Margaret Ryan of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces discusses her experiences and the military justice system, with UVA Law professor Thomas Nachbar serving as moderator. Nachbar is a judge advocate in the U.S. Army Reserve. The event was sponsored by the Federalist Society at UVA Law.


Innocence Project Client Emerson Stevens Shares His Story

Streaming Audio Wrongful-conviction-Emerson-Stevens.mp3Former Innocence Project client Emerson Stevens is joined by Juliet Hatchett a15, associate director of the Innocence Project Clinic, and Deirdre Enright a92, founding director of the Innocence Project at UVA Law, to discuss his experience being wrongfully convicted and his recent exoneration. Stevens served 32 years for a murder he did not commit before he was paroled in 2017, then pardoned in 2021.


The Civil Rights Movement and the Role of Race in the 1971 Virginia Constitution

Streaming Audio Law-Politics-9_30_21.mp3UVA Law professor Daniel Ortiz, Duke Law School professor H. Timothy Lovelace Jr. a06 and moderator Judge Lisa Lorish a08 of the Virginia Court of Appeals examine how the 1971 Virginia Constitution addressed race and responded to the civil rights movement.


The Transformation of International Tax

Streaming Audio Ruth_Mason-Chairlecture.mp3UVA Law professor Ruth Mason explains why the 2008 recession and the subsequent global effort to curb corporate tax dodging transformed international tax. The lecture marked her appointment as Edwin S. Cohen Distinguished Professor of Law and Taxation. Dean Risa Goluboff introduces Mason.


Roundup of the 2020 Supreme Court Term

Streaming Audio SCOTUS-roundup-2021.mp3UVA Law professors John C. Jeffries Jr. a73 and Daniel Ortiz are joined by GianCarlo Canaparo of the Heritage Foundation to discuss key decisions in the U.S. Supreme Courtas October 2020 term. The event was hosted by the Federalist Society at UVA Law.


A Career in Public Service

Streaming Audio Public_service_kickoff_Mary-Bauer.mp3Mary Bauer a90, executive director of the ACLU of Virginia, discusses her career path as a public interest lawyer in her keynote for the Public Service Joint Kickoff. This event was hosted by the Public Interest Law Association, the Program in Law and Public Service, and the Mortimer Caplin Public Service Center. Dean Risa Goluboff introduces Bauer.


Dean Risa Goluboff Welcomes Class of 2024

Streaming Audio Risa-Orientation-audio-FINAL.mp3Dean Risa Goluboff delivers her orientation address to the Class of 2024 in Caplin Auditorium.


Admissions Chief Natalie Blazer a08 Welcomes Class of 2024

Streaming Audio Natalie-orientation-audio.mp3Assistant Dean for Admissions Natalie Blazer a08 welcomes the Class of 2024 to orientation and their legal studies.


White Supremacy on Trial

Streaming Audio White-supremacy-AUDIO.mp3Four years after the deadly attack on the Charlottesville community, a federal lawsuit led by Integrity First for America is proceeding against the white supremacists in court. IFA Executive Director Amy Spitalnick, lead attorneys Karen Dunn and Roberta Kaplan, and Dean Risa Goluboff discuss the suit,A Sines v. Kessler, and the process of holding extremists accountable. UVA Batten School Dean Ian Solomon and UVA Law professor Micah Schwartzman a05 also offer remarks. This event was sponsored by UVA Lawas Karsh Center for Law and Democracy, The Miller Center, and the Jewish Studies Program in the College of Arts and Sciences at UVA.


Building a Law-and-Political-Economy Framework: Beyond the Twentieth-Century Synthesis

Streaming Audio Tax-June-11-beyond-20.mp3Yale Law professors Anne Alstott and Amy Kapczynski discuss the forthcoming Yale Law Journal article aBuilding a Law-and-Political-Economy Framework: Beyond the Twentieth-Century Synthesis," written by Jedediah S. Britton-Purdy, David Singh Grewal, Amy Kapczynski and Sabeel K. Rahman. UVA Law professor Ruth Mason, Oxford University professor Tsilly Dagan and other legal scholars comment on the work. This event was held as part of the aTax Meets Non-Taxa Oxford-Virginia Legal Dialogs workshop series that builds bridges from tax to other kinds of scholarship.


aCommon Lawa S3 E9: Separate Schools, Separate Worlds

Streaming Audio CommonLaw_S3_Ep9_JimRyan_FINAL.mp3Why are many K-12 schools still struggling with racial inequity and the legacy of segregation almost 70 years after Brown v. Board of Education? UVA President Jim Ryan a92 discusses the role of the Supreme Court, public policy and higher education in addressing the issue.


Commencement Addresses to the Class of 2021

Streaming Audio Goluboff-Janes-Powell-Combined-AUDIO.mp3For the prerecorded portion of Final Exercises for the Class of 2021, Dean Risa Goluboff, former Student Bar Association President Katharine Janes a21 and Supreme Court of Virginia Justice Cleo Powell a82 deliver remarks.A


aCommon Lawa S3 E8: The Goal of Equity in Womenas Soccer

Streaming Audio CommonLaw_S3_Ep8_Sanchez&Zabel_FINAL.mp3Despite dominating in international competition, the U.S. womenas soccer team is paid far less than their male counterparts. UVA Law professor Camilo SA!nchez and law student Jolena Zabel explore what playersa efforts around the world to achieve equity in pay and working conditions teach us.


Charge to the Class of 2021, With Professor Rachel Harmon

Streaming Audio Harmon-Charge-2021-AUDIO.mp3UVA Law professor Rachel Harmon delivers the Charge to the Class of 2021, following an introduction by Dean Risa Goluboff. This annual tradition offers parting words of wisdom to the graduating class.


aCommon Lawa S3 E7: From Trayvon Martin to George Floyd: The Trauma of Injustice

Streaming Audio Common Law S3 Ep 7 Angela Onwuachi-Willig FINAL with Warning.mp3Black communities experience lasting acultural traumaa from the lack of accountability for police and vigilante violence, explains Boston University School of Law Dean Angela Onwuachi-Willig.


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