What's on our radar this week

February 16, 2016 What’s on our radar this week posted byJuvenile Law Center Each week, Juvenile Law Center gathers the latest studies, reports, and headlines from around the country. Here’s what we’ve been reading: Did we miss a big story? Email us at news@jlc.org with your headline Tags:Weekly Newswire http://jlc.org/blog/weekly-newswire-feb-17

Government vs. Apple? This Former Prosecutor Backs Apple.

I was a prosecutor in two states, and I founded the Internet & Computer Crime Division of one of the largest prosecuting agencies in the country. I have seen, and have been a part of, the advent and growth of the use of digital forensics in criminal investigations. And although I applaud the governments efforts […]

What's on our radar this week

February 09, 2016 What’s on our radar this week posted byJuvenile Law Center Each week, Juvenile Law Center gathers the latest studies, reports, and headlines from around the country. Here’s what we’ve been reading: In a new video,#WhenIWas18, celebrities support a campaign aimed at raising awareness forfoster youth who are at risk of “aging out”of […]

What's on our radar this week

February 09, 2016 What’s on our radar this week posted byJuvenile Law Center Each week, Juvenile Law Center gathers the latest studies, reports, and headlines from around the country. Here’s what we’ve been reading: In a new video,#WhenIWas18, celebrities support a campaign aimed at raising awareness forfoster youth who are at risk of “aging out”of […]

This Survey Doesn’t Bode Well for Pay Ratio Disclosures

February 11, 2016 Heres the teaser for this new set of survey results from Stanford: Recently, the Rock Center for Corporate Governance at Stanford University conducted a nationwide survey of 1,202 individuals representative by gender, race, age, political affiliation, household income, and state residence to understand public perception of CEO pay levels among […]