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Maybe you just saw the red and blue flashing lights in your rearview mirror. Or a landlord handed you a 60-page lease. Or you're wondering if getting married so quickly was such a good idea. There are a million reasons...

What's the best way to minimize inmates' complaints? Don't give out complaint forms. That seems to be the strategy one Ohio jail has been using, according to a lawsuit filed by eight current and former county inmates at the...

The witness seemed to ignore a question so the attorney asked again loudly:

Any time there is an issue of negligence, a claim can be brought in court.If a nail technician fails to abide by their duty of care, and an infection results, a suit can definitely be filed. But the pain...

Attorney Adam Wiensch meant well, but did it wrong. Wiensch was trying to help clients transfer wealth to their children free of estate and gift taxes, which is possible in estate planning. But he crossed the line when he...

Illinois, the first state to enact a privacy law for biometric data, will soon have another first in the field. The Illinois Supreme Court will decide whether plaintiffs have to show harm to sue under the privacy law. In...

Poaching was not always bad. In the 1700s, food was so scare in some countries that many people poached just to survive. Poachers were practically a protected class because they also fed the poor. Times change. Now eBay is...

Tax changes affecting divorce settlements are set to take effect January 1, 2019, and some divorcees may be singing a modification of an old country tune,

Intellectual property law can be confusing -- there are patents and trademarks and copyrights, all covering different kinds of ideas and inventions, and all with different legal standards for invoking that protection. For example, under current U.S. copyright law, registration...

For game developers these days, suing YouTubers is becoming more and more of a thing. The creators of Fortnite, the current game that the whole world seems to be going crazy over, don't seem to have any qualm with...

A couple weeks ago, Uber drivers in the United Kingdom went on strike, seeking an increase in fares, a reduction of commissions owed to the ridesharing platform, and

Some criminal plots are interesting to explore, like in Ocean's Seven. And some are downright irrational and twisted, like Mark Charles Barnett. Barnett, a 50-year-old registered sex offender from Florida, was sentenced to 40 years in federal prison after...

Virtual offices, shared office spaces, and coworking locations can have their advantages. Especially for small businesses and startups with limited resources, shared workspaces can give you and your employees access to office services, a social network or like-minded entrepreneurs, business...

Earlier this summer, a Pennsylvania grand jury report detailed decades of sexual abuse allegations in six Catholic dioceses in the state. The report included thousands of child victims, over three hundred

This story is disturbing on so many levels, but perhaps that's life with teenagers. Two teen girls in Davis, California apparently baked sugar cookies containing the ashen remains of one of the girls' grandfather, and fed them to nine fellow...

There's a lot you need to worry about as an entrepreneur. Can you hire the right team and get the equipment, materials, or data to execute your vision? Is it scalable? Is it even really that good of an idea...

Legal Permanent Residents (LPR), also knows as Green Card holders, are allowed many of the same rights as U.S. Citizens: access to public schools, a driver's license, obtaining social security and Medicare benefits, and visas for spouses, just to...

Though you may be arrested for using illegal drugs, there are generally no additional criminal charges for doing so while pregnant. Two states, Alabama and South Carolina, have upheld criminal child abuse verdicts for prenatal illegal drug use, primarily...

SALEM, Mass. (AP) — A Massachusetts man who police dubbed the "Brazen Botanist" after he was captured on a surveillance camera stealing plants from a porch has pleaded guilty. The Salem News reports 43-year-old Joseph Gardner was sentenced Tuesday to one year in jail. Police say a man was seen on a doorbell camera taking hanging plants from a Salem home at around 1:30 a.m. on May 16.

It turns out Facebook had inflated metrics for marketers, including average time users spent viewing online video clips. Read more on FindLaw Legal Blogs.

Family inheritance situations can be a hot mess. Though parents may be interested in leaving equal portions of their estate to their children, sometimes parents may want to skip a generation, and leave a child's portion to their grandchildren....

Depending on which television stats you cherry pick, the National Football League is either dying or it's immortal. But there's little doubt the NFL has been locked in a public relations battle the past few years. From a wave of...

Spark Networks USA, the company behind niche online dating sites like Christian Mingle and Jdate, has settled a consumer protection action filed by San Diego, Los Angeles, Santa Clara, and Santa Cruz counties on behalf of customers who were automatically...

Pet owners may sue police who shot and killed their dogs during a home search, a federal appeals court said. In Smith v. City of Detroit, the U.S. Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals said police acted unreasonably when they...

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With apologies to Kermit the Frog, it's not easy going green. Just ask the clerk's office at the U.S. Federal Circuit Court of Appeals. The appeals court announced a new paperless filing procedure in August, only to revise it...