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. Columns Illegal Immigrants can Become Licensed Attorneys in California

    Yesterday the California Supreme Court ruled that Sergio Garcia, living as an illegal immigrant for the past 17 years, could be admitted to practice law as an attorney in the state of California....
  2. News Top Law Firms Spoofed in Malware Spam Email Campaign

    Numerous spam emails, along with a virus infected attachment, are being sent using the name of top law firms Latham & Watkins and Jones Day as the sender. The intended victims are laypersons,...
  3. News FCC Targets Robocalls and Telemarketing with New TCPA Rules

    In response to a massive outbreak of automated telephone calls known as "robocalls", the FCC revised its TCPA Rules to enforce more stringent requirements upon telemarketers. Robocalls must...
  4. News 19 Seo Firms And Companies Fined By NYS Attorney General

    The New York State Attorney General announced that almost two dozen search engine optimization (SEO) firms and private companies received fines exceeding $350,000 for creating fake reviews online....
  5. News Linkedin Accused Of Hacking And Spamming Users

    Social media giant, LinkedIn, was sued by four plaintiffs who alleged that the company silently harvests private user emails while they are logged into mail services in order to send send spam...
  6. Decisions Court Finds Texting A Driver Could Result In Legal Liability

    A New Jersey appellate court found that a person who sends text messages to a person known to be driving could face legal liability under a limited duty.
  7. News California Plugs Rape Law Loophole

    The State of California removed a loophole that existed in an old rape law responsible for reversing the conviction of a man who impersonated a woman's boyfriend in a dark bedroom. After Julio...
  8. News I Killed A Man - Because I Said I Would

    A drunk driver is lauded for publishing an unusual video confession on YouTube about killing a man in a car accident - prior to facing any criminal charges. Is this sensational video a sincere act...
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