Law Journal

The Law Journal is a legal periodical covering notable court decisions, legislation and news concerning the law. Appropriate for attorneys but written to ensure everyone can easily understand the law.

  1. News Time Warner Ordered To Pay $230k For 153 Robocalls

    A New York federal court ordered Time Warner Cable to pay a Texas woman $230K for robocalls (automated phone calls) to her cell phone 153 times in one year.
  2. News Did ESPN Violate a Football Star's HIPAA Rights?

    ESPN's Adam Schefter somehow obtained photos of medical records concerning football star Jason Pierre-Paul's finger amputation. Were there HIPAA violations?
  3. News Google to Aid Emerging Laws Battling Revenge Porn

    Google will provide a revenge porn removal form, joining an emerging body of law to battle the problem. A brief review of new law and criminal prosecutions.
  4. News Former Dewey Partner Details Infighting Prior To Bankruptcy

    A former rainmaker of bankrupt power law firm, Dewey & LeBouef, testified as to the critical meeting which incensed other partners and led to its collapse.
  5. Decisions Marijuana Use May Get You Fired Even Where Legalized

    In Colorado, where marijuana use may be lawful, the court upheld the termination of an employee based upon federal law and a "zero tolerance" drug policy.
  6. Practice Domain Name Proxy Liability and Handling Hidden Parties

    Understand what domain name proxies and privacy services are and their liability. Learn tricks to get beyond the shield and shut down spammy websites.
  7. News StubHub Sues Warriors, Ticketmaster for Ticket Monopoly

    StubHub sued the Golden State Warriors and Ticketmaster alleging unfair and anti-competitive practices designed to obtain a ticket resale monopoly.
  8. News The Right to Perform Naked Near a Courthouse

    A man sat down next to a federal court, stripped and began playing violin as an anti-government "protest." He appeals with a surprising legal argument.