Hey, Junior. There’s This Really Cool Place Called “Outside.”

forest%20trees%20tree.jpg

The world is so vast and full of excitement and wonder. Why would you not want to explore it? Well, in a word, xBox. As reported by The Review (East Liverpool, Ohio):

A deputy was called to a home on Wayne Bridge Road, Lisbon, at 9:10 a.m. Sunday, because a 17-year-old boy became unruly after his aunt and uncle took away his xBox system. The boy was told he needed to mind his aunt and uncle, and he agreed there would be no further problem.

Hey kid, take a hike.

Source: http://rss.justia.com/~r/LegalJuiceCom/~3/qHLBtC28TcA/post_520.html

divorce atterney divorce attorney divorce lawers divorce lawyer

Pennsylvania judge rejects request for expedited ruling on voter ID ads

[JURIST] A judge for the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court [official website] on Friday rejected [order, PDF] a request to expedite briefing on a challenge to voter ID advertisements. The plaintiffs, which include civil rights groups such as the League of Women Voters (LWV), the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and the Homeless Advocacy Project [advocacy websites], are seeking an injunction [LWV press release] against voter ID ads that they allege are disseminating false information. The ads being challenged…

Source: http://jurist.org/paperchase/2012/10/pennsylvania-judge-rejects-request-for-expedited-ruling-on-voter-id-ads.php

solicitor solicitors statute law statutory law stupid laws

Are American Law Schools Failing Students?

In his new book, Failing Law Schools, Washington University Law Professor Brian Tamanaha claims the American law school system is broken. He blames many institutional practices including skyrocketing tuition, bloated faculties, and unnecessary school rankings. But is this a fair critique? Lawyer2Lawyer co-hosts and attorneys, Craig Williams and Bob Ambrogi, examine these issues and more with Professor Tamanaha and Dean Susan Poser from the University of Nebraska College of Law.

Source: http://legaltalknetwork.com/podcasts/lawyer-2-lawyer/2012/06/are-american-law-schools-failing-students/

commercial law common law company law conservator copyright lawyer

Intellectual Property Trademarks: A Special Report

The Internet spotlight can create a backlash against overaggressive trademark owners, even if they have legitimate claims. In this special report, we examine this trend as well as nontraditional trademarks, injunctions in trademark cases after eBay, plus ten hot issues in trademark law and how to handle them.

Source: http://www.law.com/jsp/nlj/PubArticleNLJ.jsp?id=1202575719292&rss=rss_nlj

electronic power of attorney employment attorney employment law employment law courses employment lawyer

China adopts first mental health law

[JURIST] China’s National People’s Congress (NPC) [official website] on Friday adopted the nation’s first mental health law to protect the rights of the mentally ill, according to a report [text] by the country’s state-run news agency. The new law is designed to protect the safety and privacy of individuals with mental illnesses. The law specifically aims to protect the identities and personal information of individuals receiving care in psychiatric facilities. The law is also designed to curb the wrongful institutionalization…

Source: http://jurist.org/paperchase/2012/10/china-adopts-first-mental-health-law.php

legal help legal information legal news legal services

WHO REPRESENTS CORPORATE AMERICA

For this year’s survey of the law firms who represent America’s largest corporations, we’ve chosen to highlight one example of the longer-term relationships between in-house counsel and the law firms that represent them.

Source: http://www.law.com/jsp/nlj/PubArticleNLJ.jsp?id=1202518045792&rss=rss_nlj

law office law offices lawer laws

Are American Law Schools Failing Students?

In his new book, Failing Law Schools, Washington University Law Professor Brian Tamanaha claims the American law school system is broken. He blames many institutional practices including skyrocketing tuition, bloated faculties, and unnecessary school rankings. But is this a fair critique? Lawyer2Lawyer co-hosts and attorneys, Craig Williams and Bob Ambrogi, examine these issues and more with Professor Tamanaha and Dean Susan Poser from the University of Nebraska College of Law.

Source: http://legaltalknetwork.com/podcasts/lawyer-2-lawyer/2012/06/are-american-law-schools-failing-students/

financial lawyer find a lawyer find an attorney find attorney find lawyer

The Amy Bishop Inquest

Suffolk Law Professor Chris Dearborn discusses the Amy Bishop case in Massachusetts and Alabama and both parties’ reasons for keeping the inquest sealed or unsealed. Read more about Professor Dearborn at http://bit.ly/rafZ9N.

Source: http://legaltalknetwork.com/podcasts/suffolk-law/2012/02/the-amy-bishop-inquest/

criminal defense attorneys criminal defense lawyer criminal injury lawyers criminal justice lawyer

The Amy Bishop Inquest

Suffolk Law Professor Chris Dearborn discusses the Amy Bishop case in Massachusetts and Alabama and both parties’ reasons for keeping the inquest sealed or unsealed. Read more about Professor Dearborn at http://bit.ly/rafZ9N.

Source: http://legaltalknetwork.com/podcasts/suffolk-law/2012/02/the-amy-bishop-inquest/

best attorney business law business lawyer civil attorney colleges for lawyers

You Don’t Mind If We Borrow Your Property For A Teeny, Tiny Party, Do You?

party%20time.png

Hey, what’s the big deal? Clearly their yard wasn’t big enough for the bash, so these Texas twin brothers decided to “borrow” someone else’s property. Can you believe the property owners were not okay with this? As reported by khou.com:

[19-year-old twin brothers] Shawn and DaShawn Butler reportedly promoted the party online and invited people to an open field in Huffman on Saturday.

Deputies said they found the twins and a juvenile there on Friday. They also discovered the lock on the private property’s gate had been cut.

The land owners said they never gave anyone permission to use their land for a party and they agreed to pursue criminal trespassing charges.

So, how many people were expected to post?

Four thousand people were expected to converge on the property until deputies had one of the twins post a message saying the party has been cancelled.

Shazam! Here’s the source, including mugshots of the brothers.

Source: http://rss.justia.com/~r/LegalJuiceCom/~3/iTCM2oOD27k/post_511.html

local lawyer local solicitors mold attorney need a lawyer patent lawyer

Create a free website or blog at WordPress.com.