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October 14  • 

7 stunning divorce settlements from female celebrities

7 celebrity divorce cases with large settlements for the ex-husband -- from the reasonable to the generous to the downright crazy.

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October 14  • 

Top 3 industries notorious for exploiting unpaid interns

Companies in the same 3 industries — fashion, entertainment and publishing — keep landing in court for their treatment of unpaid interns.

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October 13  • 

Ask Avvo: Is my unpaid internship illegal?

Avvo attorneys answer your legal questions.

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October 13  • 

Not just a game: State gambling laws and fantasy football leagues

You may not think of fantasy sports as gambling, but a casual bet can quickly turn illegal in states with conservative gambling laws.

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October 9  • 

Map: The states where illegal internships are most common

When it comes to internship lawsuits, New York takes the cake. Which other states top the list for most illegal internships?

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October 9  • 

6 factors that determine if an unpaid internship is legal

A simple guide to understanding internship law, with a breakdown of the six factors that determine if an unpaid internship is legal.

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October 9  • 

Throwback Thursday: Inside the quiz show scandals of the 1950s

In the 1950s, TV's many popular quiz shows were found to be rigged, prompting Congress to pass laws in response to the quiz show scandals.

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September 23  • 

Ask Avvo: Determining support for my child with disabilities

Avvo attorneys answer your legal questions.

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September 16  • 

Ask Avvo: Can I legally require my ex to help pay for college?

Avvo attorneys answer your legal questions.

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September 15  • 

Trends buck tradition: Over half of college students now ‘nontraditional’

Think of college students as 18- to 22-year-old coeds? Think again. "Nontraditional" college students are now the norm.

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