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Parental Exceptions to Eavesdropping Laws Under Ohio and Federal Law

Author: LegalEase Solutions  QUESTIONS PRESENTED Can a parent access on a home computer the e-mail communications sent to a minor child by the child’s father (after divorce)? If the mother attempts to introduce those communications in a family law court in Ohio, could the mother be deemed to have violated any state or federal laws … Continue reading “Parental Exceptions to Eavesdropping Laws Under Ohio and Federal Law”

Nevada Right to Publicity Statute

Author: LegalEase Solutions  ISSUES PRESENTED The client has requested research regarding Nevada’s right to publicity statute codified in Nevada Revised Code (“NRS”) §597.770 – 810. The following are the key issues in this matter: Damages: What factors do the courts consider when awarding damages and what is the amount of damages generally awarded in Right … Continue reading “Nevada Right to Publicity Statute”

Eavesdropping Law under Michigan and Federal Law

Author: LegalEase Solutions Introduction A local city assessor (“assessor”) has been harangued by a citizen (“citizen”) for years.  Citizen’s complaint is that assessor had over-assessed her property.  Earlier, citizen had lost this argument while her suit against assessor was tried by the Michigan Tax Tribunal.  However, from then on citizen made it her personal mission … Continue reading “Eavesdropping Law under Michigan and Federal Law”