Don’t Let the Wrong State Get Between You and Your Assets
“Bankruptcy judges love to put you in jail and hold you in contempt,” said Jerome M. Hesch, a retired law professor who runs a tax and estate planning institute at the University of Notre Dame.
Top Irish history books to delve into this St. Patrick’s Day
A gripping and compelling look at the forces behind the Easter Rising in America by Professor Robert Schmuhl of the University of Notre Dame, an outstanding historian.
Google updates terms in plain language after EU scrutiny
The switch back is likely to avoid having a third country’s law apply to U.K. data, said Mike Chapple, a professor of information technology at the University of Notre Dame.
Notre Dame funds research, raises awareness on sex abuse crisis
As the US Catholic Church’s “summer of hell” drew to a close in Oct. 2018, where major revelations of abuse toppled some of the most senior clergy in the nation, the president of the University of Notre Dame felt the school needed to do something.