Atlanta Educators Facing Decades in Prison Behind Largest Cheating Scandal in US History

In March 2013, a grand jury indicted 35 Atlanta educators for a standardized test cheating scandal that investigators believe extended back to 2001.  Most...

Amazon’s E-book Business Under EU Antitrust Probe

The European Commission has started an investigation focusing on Amazon's e-book market. A statement was released that said the European Commission's antitrust probe will focus...

#FBF HAZARDS ON THE JOB: Lawyer Shot Outside Courthouse

In honor of Flash Back Friday, we turn the clock back to 2003 when a disgruntled man with back problems, William Strier, 66, was...

Hazards on the Job: When the Client Goes Rogue

In 2008, a Scott County Kentucky public defender named Doug Crickmer, was sucker-punched in court by a prisoner named Paul Hafer that he was...

TLC gets the Last Laugh after a Successful Finish with their Kickstarter Campaign

Filmmaker, Spike Lee did it, actor Zach Braff did it, and now TLC did it-- they all successfully raised funds for their respective projects...

Ninth Circuit Absolves Dominos of Liability for $32 Million Verdict

In August 2013, a Jefferson County jury deemed Dominos as the negligent party behind a pizza delivery drivers fatal collision, serving up a $32...

Has Law School Lost Its Cool?

It seems that being a lawyer isn't as chic as it once used to be. In fact, the latest numbers released by the Law...

NY Bar Association Mulls New Legal Rules For Lawyers Social Media Practices

Today the New York State Bar Association's house of delegates will consider new legal ethics rules addressing appropriate social media practices by lawyers.  The...

Exclusive Domain .law Offered Only to Attorneys

Lawyers have been given the privilege to belong to an elite domain group -- .law -- for an annual fee ranging from $200 to...

Appeals Court Reverses Injunction Against Mississippi Attorney General By Google

The 5th Circuit #Court of Appeals has over turned an injunction prohibiting Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood from bringing a civil or criminal charge against...