Ethics case is tossed against judge who protested death penalty while ruling in execution...

The Arkansas Judicial Discipline and Disability Commission has tossed an ethics case against a judge who participated in death-penalty protests on the same day that he issued a decision...

AUDUSD & Nasdaq 100 Price Outlook: Huawei Offers Opportunity

AUDUSD & Nasdaq 100 Price Outlook: Huawei has been placed on the “entity list” by the Trump administration – effectively blacklisting American exports to the Chinese telecom manufacturer Caught...

Home flippers hire Uber and Lyft drivers to scout properties in a pricey housing...

Competition is fierce among home flippers, because the returns are falling. Nationwide, flippers saw an average return on their investment of about 39% in the first quarter of this...

Managing Social Media For A Law Firm

As a general unwritten rule law firms refrain from using social media to their advantage and as a way of PR management. Managing public relations can in fact...

Internet law for the public

The Internet has become a powerful weapon nowadays and in the wrong hands, it can create a great damage. The most vulnerable area, where the Internet has major...

Associate pay raises push law firm expenses higher; demand softens while rates rise

Law firms are facing rising expenses that are partly fueled by associate pay raises, according to two reports on the economic outlook for law firms in the first quarter...

Trump pardons former business associate who wrote complimentary book about him

President Donald Trump has issued pardons to a former Republican legislator who backed prison reform and a former business associate who praised him in a book last year. The former...

Alabama governor signs abortion ban; which cases are headed to the Supreme Court?

Updated: On Wednesday, the American Civil Liberties Union vowed to challenge Alabama’s abortion ban that was signed into law the same day by Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey. The bill, which...

Austrian Train Injury Case Has No Legs In US Court

It was made clear that the Supreme Court does not want Carol P. Sachs, from California to take legal action in a US court for injuries sustained in a...

In this state, almost all juveniles in detention facilities have at least 1 psychiatric...

In many school districts in New Mexico, juveniles with disabilities are disproportionately referred to police, according to an analysis of federal data by an investigative reporting group. At least 29...

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