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While many New York City residents believe they have 24 hours for snow removal, they have less and likely only 4 hours. Don't make assumptions about reasonableness as the New York City Department...
Shoplifting charges can result in fines as high as $750,000 or a jail time of a maximum of 24 years. In all the complex legal procedures, the rights of the accused person might go unnoticed, leave...
It is very important to read and understand contract clauses before signing a health club, gym or martial arts school membership agreement. Learn how to identify and appreciate the nature of what...
Personal injury is a broad term that can cover a number of different injuries. Slip and fall cases are a subset of personal injury cases; however, victims often remain extremely ambivalent about...
The dissolution of a marriage is a legal act that may not coincide with the emotional tearing asunder. Divorce is typically a painful process for all concerned. While it can take adults time to...
There's no set formula though to determine how much money you can get after a bicycle accident. As every individual is different, each case is different. You might be able to formulate an estimate...

Law Journal

  1. Trump Criticism of Judge Spurs Outrage in Legal Circles

    Donald Trump's questioning a California federal court judge's impartiality as a result of his Hispanic heritage has drawn harsh criticism from the legal community.
  2. Gawker Files for Bankruptcy Protection

    Gawker Media filed for federal bankruptcy protection and may avoid payment of a $140 million jury verdict to Hulk Hogan.
  3. Ed Sheeran Sued in Amazing Copyright Infringement Lawsuit

    Renowned pop music singer, Ed Sheeran, was hit with a $20 million copyright infringement lawsuit. Legitimate claim or copyright trolling?
  4. Crime Documentary "Murder in the Park" Movie Review

    Documentary film "Murder in the Park" is one of the most fascinating and disturbing stories concerning an Illinois justice system failure where the guilty were freed and innocent convicted.
  5. Jury Finds Google's Android Lawful Fair Use of Java API

    A jury in U.S. District Court in San Francisco concluded unanimously that Google made lawful "fair use" of Oracle's Java API in its Android operating system and is not liable for copyright...
  6. Calorie Free "Zero" Trademark Decision Results in Answers and Questions

    The Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB) ruled that Coca-Cola could register it's "zero" brand of calorie free soft drinks but had no exclusive right to its use.

Latest Law Forum Questions

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