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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.

Greenwich employees can no longer wear flip-flops or slide sandals to work. But there are a few exceptions. Read more at FindLaw's Legally Weird blog.

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.

Apply for Supplement-Boys Head Wrestling Coach position at School District of Osceola County, FL in Saint Cloud, Florida on jobs.osceolaschools.net/

Business owners are always asking if it's legal to refuse certain customers service. Learn some of the ins and outs on FindLaw's Free Enterprise blog.

Several state AGs have filed suit to stop the Sprint, T-Mobile merger. Get the scoop on FindLaw's In House blog.

Find out what's going on with the denials of U.S. embassies flying the rainbow flag during Pride. Get the odd scoop on FindLaw's Legally Weird.

The drug company just settled federal criminal and civil lawsuits for over $200 million. Learn more on FindLaw's Injured blog.

The Volunteer State says your friend or relative can't volunteer to perform your wedding just because the clicked a few buttons on the internet. Find out why on FindLaw's Law and Daily Life blog.

Apply for Instructional-Promotional Enterprise Teacher position at School District of Osceola County, FL in Kissimmee, Florida on jobs.osceolaschools.net/

"When it comes to corporate power, bigger isn't always better," New York Attorney General Letitia James said. The plaintiffs say the proposed merger would limit competition and lead to higher prices.

For in house and general counsel, when those who discriminate claim to be discriminated against, it can be a real legal quagmire. Get some insight on FindLaw's In House blog.

California will soon allow a new group of undocumented immigrants to qualify for Medi-Cal. Find out more on FindLaw's California Case Law blog.

It may sound like useless legalese, but it could mean the difference between a guilty verdict and an acquittal. Learn more on FindLaw Blotter.

A Pennsylvania man is facing a defamation lawsuit after posting that a dental group was "under investigation." Does that count as libel? Read more on FindLaw's Injured blog.

Is Google biased against conservatives? A lawsuit says yes. Read more at FindLaw's Free Enterprise blog.

Hate robocalls? Find out what the FCC is doing to stop them. Get the scoop on FindLaw's Technologist blog.

Apply for Support Staff-Clerk Typist-10 Month (Medicaid/Hospital Homebound) position at School District of Osceola County, FL in Kissimmee, Florida on jobs.osceolaschools.net/

Federal courts and state laws conflict on the level of protection LGBT employees have against discrimination and bias in the workplace. But the Supreme Court may soon fix that. Learn more on FindLaw's Law and Daily Life blog.

The Dark Web refers to an encrypted section of the internet where users are anonymous and criminal activities flourish. Learn about Dark Web crimes and more at FindLaw's Cyber Crimes section.

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg had some interesting thoughts to share about the term and her colleague. Learn more on FindLaw's Supreme Court blog.

Strip-searches usually get more attention when they are particularly vile. Learn more from FindLaw's U.S. Sixth Circuit Blog.

Judges can be just as bad as the defendants they judge. Read about one allegedly bad Cook County judge on FindLaw's Greedy Associates blog.

Yemeni-born Moath Hamza Ahmed al Alwi has been held at the naval base without charge since 2001.

Luis Valenzuela made a mistake when he took a bicycle from Manny Ramirez. His next mistake was telling Ramirez where to meet him to fight for it. Learn more from FindLaw's California Case Law blog.

The drug company was accused of bribing physicians to prescribe more and larger doses of it's highly addictive opioid painkiller. Learn more on FindLaw's Injured blog.

The Florida Supreme Court is poised to let "harmless error" kill death row inmates, says a leading newspaper there. Learn more from FindLaw's U.S. Eleventh Circuit Blog.

Running a fun business doesn't mean you can ignore the law. Learn the lesson NYC ice cream trucks just learned on FindLaw's Free Enterprise blog.

A couple new local laws in California cities are making big headlines for being pretty far out there. Get the weird scoop on FindLaw's Legally Weird blog.

Why are things that taste good always bad for you? Learn more from FindLaw's Common Law blog.