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Understanding the Law
Explaining court cases, statutes, and executive actions across the country, providing valuable analysis of the facts and legal impact on the public.
After the Department of Labor releases its Administrator’s Interpretation No. 2015-1, questions are still present regarding what this means for workers. ...[Continue Reading]
Massachusetts introduces new legislation that will prevent children from sitting in the front passenger seats. ...[Continue Reading]
U.S. Supreme Court will decide if representation should reflect the number of eligible voters or overall population ...[Continue Reading]
Despite many states’ efforts to place moratoriums on the death penalty, North Carolina lawmakers take a step toward resuming executions for the first time in nine years by passing House Bill 774, dubbed the “Restoring Proper Justice Act.” ...[Continue Reading]
Boston Marathon bomber, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, receives the death penalty, but America is still in the dark on where he will wait out the interminable appeals process ...[Continue Reading]
Lawsuits against those involved in writing the Pi Kappa Phi book would likely invoke First Amendment protections. ...[Continue Reading]
The number of music copyright infringement cases has significantly increased in the last decade. ...[Continue Reading]
Employees working for private companies have limited options for pursuing their employers over Facebook-related firings. ...[Continue Reading]
Pharrell Williams and Robin Thicke are not the first musicians to get into legal trouble for copying another artist's work, whether intentionally or unintentionally. ...[Continue Reading]
Two employees who were fired by the City of Charlotte for Facebook posts may have First Amendment claims. ...[Continue Reading]
The Fourth Amendment's protection against unreasonable searches and seizures prohibits suspicionless drug testing for welfare applicants. ...[Continue Reading]