Top Three by RBG

Top Three by RBG

Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed away September 18 at the age of 87, leaving behind more than a quarter-century legacy as an... Read More

Protests v. Riots

Protests v. Riots

How do we describe what’s going on? From newsrooms, to social media posts, people have had to characterize this... Read More

Supreme Court Big 10

Supreme Court Big 10

Last week the Supreme Court went mainstream, but it wasn’t exactly satisfying for the masses. Here is an overview of the... Read More

Qualified Immunity

Qualified Immunity

Colorado has passed a sweeping police reform bill that bans choke-holds, and makes officers personally liable if they are... Read More

All Work, No Pay

All Work, No Pay

Lawyers are experiencing the unprecedented. After the first wave of the pandemic, more firms and sole-practitioners are... Read More

Limited Jury

Limited Jury

With courts easing restrictions on some in-person proceedings this week, judges are grappling with how to prioritize jury... Read More

COVID Divorce

COVID Divorce

Most of us are accustomed to public contact with friends and family, however, we are currently confined with severe... Read More

Res Ipsa Loquitur

Res Ipsa Loquitur

What happens when you get hurt and decide to pursue compensation, but there’s no direct evidence to prove that it happened... Read More

The Good Samaritan

The Good Samaritan

When in a crisis situation where someone is in distress, it is important to give first aid before the ambulance... Read More

COVID-19 New Motion

COVID-19 New Motion

During the COVID-19 outbreak, attorneys will be requesting more time to get their cases going. What is a Motion to Enlarge... Read More

COVID-19 Rent Relief

COVID-19 Rent Relief

During this pandemic and oncoming recession, more and more landlords and tenants are struggling to survive. As a result,... Read More

Weekly Top Document

Weekly Top Document

Motion to Permit Telephonic Appearance of Counsel When a party wishes to attend a hearing remotely via telephone, the... Read More

Blue Laws

Blue Laws

It’s not unusual for someone to get a tattoo these days, but in Columbus, Georgia, it’s now illegal to give them on... Read More

January Meets Divorce

January Meets Divorce

January has unofficially been dubbed Divorce Month and many legal experts believe that the reason for this trend boils down... Read More