Although they’re on opposite sides of a lease, landlords and tenants have a lot in common when it comes to lawsuits – including the mistakes they...
The FTC recently took action in “Operation Failed Resolution” against four companies for making unsubstantiated claims in advertising.
A 16-year-old boy in Texas just got off on a very strange new defense called, Affluenza; here’s what happened.
Here are a few tips for avoiding stepping on your neighbors' toes while you celebrate the season.
New Jersey has recently set a precedent for the future liability of third-party texters sending messages to people they know are driving.
As the number of people suffering food allergies rises, restaurants and schools are open to lawsuits from patrons experiencing allergic reactions.
The recent court decision to shut down that city’s stop-and-frisk practices in Floyd v. City of New York, offers vindication to some after the...