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Judge April Smith was a busy judge. Unfortunately, she was too busy to do her job. Learn more from FindLaw's Greedy Associates blog.

Gilbert Mendez pleaded guilty to drug crimes, but challenged his conviction later when he found out his prosecutor was not licensed to practice law. Learn more from FindLaw's Supreme Court Blog.

You know you've seen some pretty bad bumper stickers, but are they illegal? Find out on FindLaw's Legal Grounds blog.

Yet another jury rules against Monsanto, the manufacturer of Roundup weed killer, determining it can cause non-Hodgkin lymphoma in consumers. Learn more on FindLaw's Injured blog.

Dozens of individuals were charged in a nationwide conspiracy with cheating on elite college entrance exams and admission requirements. Many of the arrested were charged with honest services fraud. To learn more about this crime and other related topics, visit FindLaw's section on Fraud and Financial Crimes.

When a federal judge spiked ligitation funding agreements in a $1 billion settlement of NFL concussion cases, a lot of people thought it was over. Learn more from FindLaw's U.S. Third Circuit Blog.

Which benefits are legally required, which are optional, and which depend on the size of your small business? Find out now on FindLaw's Free Enterprise blog.

The percentage of equity partners shrank at America's big law firms last year. But that's only half the story. Learn more from FindLaw's Strategist blog.

The iPhone 7 problem dubbed 'loop disease' is now the cause of a class action. Get the scoop on FindLaw's Technologist blog.

The Trump administration won a significant victory for his immigration policy from an unexpected source - the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. Learn more from FindLaw's U.S. Ninth Circuit Blog.

Is it legal to pocket cash you find on the sidewalk? Find out on FindLaw's Law and Daily Life blog.