Asia Pacific Tambuli Awards Reveals Executive Jury for 2024 Young Marketing Leader of the Year Award

Manila, Philippines – The Asia Pacific Tambuli Awards has announced its Executive Jury for the prestigious Young Marketing Leader of the Year Award. This recognition is specifically given to marketing professionals below the age of 35 who have displayed exceptional leadership in brand management and have executed innovative marketing campaigns with significant business and social impact. The Tambuli Awards, a collaboration between the University of Asia and the Pacific’s (UA&P) School of Media and Marketing and industry partners, aims to honor effective marketing campaigns and sustainability initiatives that positively contribute to society. The 2024 Young … Read more

Young Thug’s Lawyer Challenges Use of Rap Videos as Evidence in YSL RICO Case

ATLANTA, Georgia – In an effort to have the YSL RICO case dismissed, Young Thug’s lawyer, Brian Steel, has filed a memorandum of law. This move comes as a recent murder conviction in another Georgia case involving hip hop music raises questions about the use of rap videos as evidence in court. The murder conviction of Morgan Cardelle Baker was overturned after Georgia’s highest court ruled that a rap music video should not have been played for the jurors. The video in question, “Ghetto Angels” by NoCap, showed Baker waving a gun. Taking note of … Read more

Recreational Marijuana Sales Linked to Surge in Workplace Injuries Among Young Adults, Reveals New Study

MILWAUKEE, WI – The legalization of recreational marijuana is linked to an increase in workplace injuries among young adults, according to a recent study published in JAMA Health Forum. Ling Li, Ph.D., and colleagues from the University of Wisconsin-Parkside in Somers examined data on workplace injuries among workers aged 20 to 34 years, comparing states with and without recreational marijuana laws (RMLs). The researchers found that RML adoption was associated with a significant 12.9 percent increase in workplace injuries per 100 full-time workers. Upon further analysis, the study also revealed that states that permitted the … Read more

New Database Empowers Young Lawyers to Review Judges and Expose Workplace Misconduct

Washington, D.C. — A new database is set to launch next month, offering young lawyers the opportunity to review their experiences working for judges and providing law students with insights into the reputations of potential employers. Created by former law clerk Aliza Shatzman, the platform aims to address concerns regarding abusive behavior by judges and improve workplace conditions for judicial employees. Shatzman, who founded the Legal Accountability Project in 2022, has already received over 800 surveys from current and former clerks since beginning her efforts last April. Her own experience with an abusive judge derailed … Read more