First Date Leads To Second Date, In Court

by Kevin Burton    The first date sets a tone, a pattern for, in the moment, who knows what.    On that first stroll down Love Boulevard, there is hope and exploration.    “Dating is about finding out who you are and who others are,” said clinical psychologist and author Henry Cloud. “If you show …

How To Protect Your Personal Data

by Kevin Burton    The battle for access to your personal information is being waged daily, as you go about your business. How is the battle going?    “Just 12 percent of Americans and 9 percent of social media users report a ‘very high level of confidence’ that the government and tech companies can keep …

Quibbles And Bits: Lawyers Under Oath?

by Kevin Burton    Who’s hungry for some quibbles and bits?!…    The cat litter my cats use is called Vibrant Life, which strikes me as funny. Vibrant Life sounds more like a megachurch.    Vibrant Life a kind of paper litter, which at first did not strike me as funny. It’s more expensive than …

Cereal, Court Cases And Sweet Memories

by Kevin Burton Kellogg’s and other makers of sugary breakfast cereals will be restricted in how they market those products in the United Kingdom starting this October, according to the BBC. The Royal Courts of Justice last week ruled in favor of the government in a lawsuit filed by Kellogg’s. The American food giant had …

Suit Alleges DraftKings Violates ADA

by Kevin Burton    Uh-oh, looks as if two of my in-groups have beef.    A blind man has filed a federal class-action lawsuit against DraftKings, alleging that the gaming company’s website is not accessible to blind users.     DraftKings is a daily fantasy sports and sports betting company founded in Boston in 2012. The …