How Are Universities Addressing Vaping on College Campuses?

January 16, 2020 | Firm News

Vaping has been on the rise among college students over the past few years. Between 2017 and 2018, the use of vaping products for both nicotine and marijuana consumption doubled, according to an annual study completed by the University of Michigan. Although most college campuses nationwide are smoke-free, administrators are figuring out how to address… read more

Massage Parlor Human Trafficking: Why Children Are At High Risk

January 13, 2020 | Human Trafficking

Human trafficking continues to be a growing concern among lawmakers, especially when it comes to massage parlors and the role they play in this ongoing crime. Commonly what is called illicit massage businesses (IMBs), have unfortunately become all too common in America, as Polaris reports there are more than 9,000 currently in operation. Approximately 700… read more

How Does Vaping Affect Adolescent Behavior?

January 10, 2020 | Mass Torts

A vaping epidemic occurring among adolescents is leaving parents distraught over the potential and misunderstood repercussions. Many teens are under the incorrect assumption that an e-cigarette or vape pen is not a health risk since it is not a traditional cigarette. Though studies on the long-term effects of vaping are ongoing, there are well-known dangers… read more