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A clothing brand wins its free speech challenge to trademark restrictions. Read more on FindLaw's Free Enterprise blog.

Summertime pool injuries can be difficult to assess legally. Learn more on FindLaw's Injured blog.

While public defenders are a mainstay of the criminal justice system, the public still has a hard time trusting the system. Get some helpful insights on the FindLaw Blotter blog.

Get the scoop about the most recent student loan settlement providing much needed debt relief to students on FindLaw's Law and Daily Life blog.

The legal landscape for LGBT people is always changing. Here are some recent and upcoming court decisions that could impact rights for gay, lesbian, transgender, and non-binary people.

The lawsuit filed by Michael Jackson's estate against HBO over "Leaving Neverland" is heating up. Get the scoop on FindLaw's Celebrity Justice blog.

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No one wants to be bothered by unwanted robocalls. Learn about the class action lawsuit against Facebook and how the Ninth Circuit revived the robocall case against it on FindLaw's Common Law blog.

It certainly can be frustrating to have a picturesque view blocked by a neighbor. But is it illegal? Find out more about this and related topics at FindLaw's section on Neighbor Disputes.

The new New York law banning religious exemptions to vaccination hopes to stop the big measles outbreak. Learn more on FindLaw's Law and Daily Life blog.

It's usually not a good idea to curse at police, but it is still a fundamental right. Learn more from FindLaw's U.S. Eighth Circuit Blog.

Nxivm leader Keith Raniere is found guilty of all charges against him in a New York court.

Juneteenth is an important American holiday. Learn more about it on FindLaw's Law and Daily Life blog.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed the controversial bill into law after it was passed by the state Senate.

The Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals issued a controversial decision involving an illegal home entry and a search warrant. Get the scoop on FindLaw's U.S. Seventh Circuit blog.

Read about the latest amicus brief filed in the ReDigi v. Capitol Records case on FindLaw's Supreme Court blog.

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A lone opinion about an unrelated issue in a Supreme Court case doesn't usually hold a lot of weight. But these are unusual times. Learn more from FindLaw's U.S. Supreme Court Blog.

The American Bar Association has decided to withdraw accreditation from Thomas Jefferson School of Law. Learn more from FindLaw's Greedy Associates blog.

Federal anti-discrimination laws don't specifically include protections for LGBT people, but some states have enacted their own laws and courts have ruled against businesses that discriminate against people based on gender identity or sexual orientation. Learn more on FindLaw's Law and Daily Life blog.

Game 6 of the NBA finals was a night to remember for the Toronto Raptors, but one team exec might not have such fond memories. Get the scoop on FindLaw's Tarnished Twenty blog.

Find out why California gun owners are buying ammo in record numbers. Get the scoop on FindLaw's California Case Law blog.

Curious about the big ruling in the racial gerrymandering case out of Virginia? Get the scoop and read it for yourself on FindLaw's Courtside blog.

With more autonomous vehicles on the road, self-driving car accidents are more common. Find out what your need to know on FindLaw's Injured blog.

Learn more about fencing, neighbors, zoning, land use, ordinances, property ownership, real estate, and other legal issues at FindLaw's section on Property Boundaries.

Saying that one half of the state's bicameral legislature could not proceed without the other, the U.S. Supreme Court dismissed a Republican-backed appeal to stop elections in Virginia. Learn more from FindLaw's Supreme Court Blog.

Alabama became the latest state to require chemical castration as a condition for parole for certain sex offenders. Is that constitutional? Learn more on FindLaw Blotter.

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Taking a summer break is one of the greatest luxuries of being a student. Learn more from FindLaw's Greedy Associates blog.

Father's Day is coming up, so let's take a look at the legal rights and responsibilities of fathers, as well as the Fathers' Rights movement. Learn more on FindLaw's Law and Daily Life blog.

Amid an ongoing measles outbreak, New York is requiring schoolchildren to be vaccinated, even if parents have religious objections.

A dozen police officers in San Francisco filed a lawsuit against the city this week claiming they did not receive promotions because they are white men,

The law would prohibit employers from refusing to hire a prospective employee for failing a drug test for marijuana, and is the first state law of its kind in the country. Learn more on FindLaw's Free Enterprise blog.

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