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If you're running an online business, here are five tips to protecting your intellectual property. Read more on FindLaw Legal Blogs.

Philadelphia legislatures have tighten the screw caps a bit more on soda drinkers. Read more on FindLaw Legal Blogs.

While we might know when we need to call the police, we may not be able to talk once we get them on the line. Read more on FindLaw Legal Blogs.

Milk has become a murky issue. Who knew a simple four letter word could be so misleading. Read more on FindLaw Legal Blogs.

It's only natural to think that, when you want a dog, you go to the pound or the pet store, pick out your pup, and go home to a long and wonderful friendship. But some new pet owners are...

How safe are national parks? What happens if you get injured in one? Find out on FindLaw Legal Blogs.

As 3D printers become better and more affordable more entrepreneurs become interested in using them for their business. Read more on FindLaw Legal Blogs.

DUI stops are stressful, whether or not you've been drinking. Adding to the stress involved, you may be called upon to take a test... You may be wondering: Can I decline a field sobriety test? What happens if I do?...

It is possible you can be evicted for keeping a messy apartment. Read more on FindLaw Legal Blogs.

Blue laws exist in many states across America. But now, there's one less. Kick up your heels -- it's now legal to publicly dance on Sundays in Fort Smith, Arkansas....

Trade secrets are incredibly valuable to tech companies. Steal your employer's trade secrets, and you may end up broke and in jail. Read more on FindLaw Legal Blogs.

Elevate your customer service game with this lesson from Disney. Wherever you work, anytime someone asks for help, they are looking to you for leadership. But what happens if you don't have the answer?

In a recent landmark case, a Philadelphia federal court decided that there is no religious right to discriminate against LGBT foster and adoptive parents. Read more on FindLaw Legal Blogs.

The Massachusetts Supreme Court unanimously agreed that remaining drug-free is an acceptable term of probation. Read more on FindLaw Legal Blogs.

Bill Cosby and his former attorney, Marty Singer, are looking to go to court for the umpteenth time in recent years, petitioning SCOTUS to hear an appeal of a state court lawsuit brought by Janice Dickinson for defamation. Read more on FindLaw Legal Blogs.

Congressional Democrat’s new slogan for the 2018 elections has a familiar ring for Central Floridians: “For the People.” Of course, that phrase is also the longtime slogan for Orlando attorney John Morgan’s law firm, Morgan & Morgan,

The Department of Business and Professional Regulation licenses and regulates more than one million Florida businesses and professionals, from real estate agents, veterinarians, and accountants to contractors and cosmetologists. Our mission is to license efficiently and regulate fairly
The DBPR Business Brief is a comprehensive guide to starting and running a business as told by Florida industry leaders. Download the DBPR Business Brief HERE for free…

Thanks to Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. for providing a recap of the fourth and fifth day in court in the Dewayne Johnson vs. Monsanto Co. trial. Proceedings began in San Francisco Superior Court on July 9.

Few people imagine prison as a pleasant place to be. Now imagine being incarcerated without your ability to hear. On top of that, try complying with court-ordered programs, advocating for your release, or even navigating the complex social structures...