Court Cases

Take a tour through landmark court cases to see how they shaped—or reshaped—the legal landscape.

Top 5 Intellectual Property Disputes

Intellectual property is becoming more and more valuable and protecting intellectual property rights is becoming more important—and more difficult—as…

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Plea-bargaining in Capital Murder Cases: Is it fair to victims?

Plea-bargaining in capital murder cases saves taxpayers millions in court costs. But, does it provide justice for victims or their families?

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Is an Employer Liable for Employee Injuries at a Company Retreat?

Employers and employees should be aware that an employer may be deemed liable if an employee injures themselves at a company-sponsored function and…

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Criminal Defenses: Excuse and Exculpation Defenses

You're on trial for a crime, but you don't think you should be convicted even though yes, you did commit the crime. Is this possible? Absolutely.

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Beat A Speeding Ticket: What you need to know

Know your options when it comes to tickets. The next time those flashing lights are meant for you, rest assured that you have more of a defense than…

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Attractive Nuisances: How to avoid liability for dangerously tempting objects

On hot summer days, there are few things more enticing to children than a vacant swimming pool. And this could spell disaster if you haven't taken…

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Are you liable for goods you sell on your website?

There are ways to protect your business from potential product liability problems before they happen.

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Small Claims Court: How To Get Your Security Deposit Back

By following these steps to file a complaint in small claims court, you'll have the best chance of having your security deposit returned to you.

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Objection: Hearsay! What Is the Hearsay Rule, and What are the Exceptions to It?

Hearsay evidence is typically inadmissable in legal proceedings, but there are exceptions.

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The Do's and Don'ts of Writing a Demand Letter

A demand letter is your first step toward resolving a small claims dispute.

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