Category Archives: Civil Law

Lawsuits covering various issues, from employment discrimination to injury claims, are covered in this area.

Winning in Court, Losing Face

Apple and Samsung have recently taken their publicity fight over the Galaxy design into a courtroom. A judge in the U.K. recently ruled in favor of Samsung, supporting their claim that the Galaxy is not- as Apple claims- a knockoff … Continue reading

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Even Miracles Can Lead to Court

Oh, Baby- Finding Life After Being Told of Death A family in Argentina has been given the greatest gift a parent could imagine- the child that they were told had been stillborn is alive. Analia Bouter and Fabian Veron were … Continue reading

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Is the System Disabled?

The United States is still facing an average of 9% unemployment. As this blog has discussed previously, the measured unemployment rate does not include individuals whose 99 weeks of unemployment benefits have run out before they could find another job. … Continue reading

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A Celebrity In Their Own Minds?

A California court has allowed a lawsuit against Facebook and their sponsored ads to move forwards on grounds that sponsored ads violate state laws, in addition to being fraudulent. Facebook, which is based in Palo Alto, CA, maintains that the … Continue reading

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No Living Wills for Baby Boomers?

Are the Baby Boomers fooling themselves? A recent survey conducted by the Associated Press and Life Goes Strong found that 64% of Americans born between 1946 and 1964 do not have a Living Will, Health Care Proxy, or Advance Directive … Continue reading

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A Horse of a Different Color

It seems that the United States did not have quite enough litigation currently crawling through the court systems. No; the time had come to start filing really interesting lawsuits. Lawsuits that could mean the difference between life and death for … Continue reading

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