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Man Cannot Legally Turn Back Time

Dec 14, 2018 By: Dan Nagan

A birth certificate is an official record detailing a person’s date and place of birth, parentage, legal name, and gender.  Progress has

A Boxer, A Rapper, Twitter, and the SEC

Dec 10, 2018 By: Ryan Rousseau

No, they didn’t all walk into a bar. Instead boxer Floyd Mayweather, Jr. and DJ Khaled’s use of Twitter put them at

Should Social Media “Friendship” with Attorney Disqualify Judge?

Dec 10, 2018 By: Jill Ide

Imagine you’re litigating a case and discover that the attorney for the opposing party is Facebook friends with the judge assigned to

Buying 100% Cheese? You May be Getting the Squeeze

Dec 10, 2018 By: Owais Ahmed

Imagine walking into a grocery store with bright lights and high ceilings. You enter through the main entrance into the often-typical arrangement

Dueling Dinosaurs and Landowner Lawsuit

Nov 15, 2018 By: Randi Dufault

The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that dinosaur fossils found on a ranch in Montana belong to the owners of

Ticketmaster Charged with Scalping Scam

Nov 7, 2018 By: Dan Nagan

Ticketmaster Entertainment, Inc. is a company that has been steeped in controversy and plagued by lawsuits regarding service fees and antitrust claims. 

Killer Suit for “Friday the 13th”

Oct 30, 2018 By: Ryan Rousseau

Just like the villain of the Friday the 13th franchise, the litigation to determine his ownership just can’t be killed. Despite a

“Making a Murderer” Part 2: More Questions than Answers

Oct 23, 2018 By: Jill Ide

Netflix released Part 2 of its polarizing series “Making a Murderer” on Friday, October 19. It follows the post-conviction journeys of Steven

LaCroix à la Cockroach

Oct 22, 2018 By: Owais Ahmed

The National Beverage Corporation –makers of the wildly popular LaCroix Sparkling Water – was hit with a potential class action lawsuit on

GolfDigest Investigation Fore the Win!

Oct 1, 2018 By: Randi Dufault

On Wednesday, September 19th, Valentino Dixon, a man who had served 27 years in prison for a murder he did not commit,

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