Tag Archives: LawReview

r/WallStreetBets: The New Face of Wall Street or Market Manipulators?

Joseph Candelaria – Currently, the most impactful stockbrokers are not on Wall Street, but instead are on Reddit. Online day trading by amateurs has become increasingly popular during the COVID-19 pandemic, shown by investing app Robinhood’s 3 million usership increase at the start of 2020. Novice and experienced day traders started to share their wins, […]

After Running Aground in March, the Extension of the CDC’s “No-Sail” Order Through October 31st and Litigation Continue to Prolong the Cruise Industry’s Return Afloat

Matthew Mignella- Widespread outbreaks of viruses on cruise ships are not a new phenomenon, nor are they a surprising one. Cruise ships pose a unique combination of health concerns because people are brought together from different geographic locations in crowded and semi-enclosed environments. Furthermore, port visits and excursions can expose travelers to illness and facilitate […]

Property Law in the Work-From-Home Era

Hayley Goodman- As the global workforce is starting to return to the office, it is no surprise that many companies are shrinking their real estate footprints. A June 2020 Morgan Stanley forecast revealed that vacancy rates would reach 10%-12% in the next two to five years in New York City. Moreover, a KPMG survey found […]