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13 Oct 2011, 12:33 pm by nflatow
Grossman, a law professor at Hofstra University, and Lawrence M. [read post]
You might think that celebrities, who can make millions of dollars singing or playing basketball, would be able and willing to afford a good lawyer, and a good estate plan—a plan that includes a proper will, explaining who gets what after they die; or (more likely today) a solid and well-drafted trust. [read post]
On May 12, 2020, an amendment to Utah’s law against bigamy went into effect. [read post]
A student at the University of Nevada whose image was captured in one of the most-shared photos from the rally, and who writes in his Twitter bio that he is a white nationalist, told CNN that he hoped “the people sharing the photo are willing to listen that I’m not the angry racist they see in that photo. [read post]
Eric Greitens is the current governor of Missouri and was once a rising star in the Republican Party. [read post]
A blaze of recent publicity, and a great deal of legal maneuvering, has turned on the issue of the conservatorship of Britney Spears. [read post]
After a dramatic shift in public opinion, the Supreme Court (by a narrow majority) made gay marriage a national reality. [read post]
In June 2022, the Supreme Court eliminated constitutional protection for abortion—forty-nine years after it had first announced that protection in Roe v. [read post]
There’s an old Latin maxim: silent leges inter arma. [read post]
The Supreme Court has opted for marriage equality, expanding the number of people whose sexual relationships are protected by law. [read post]
On June 24, 2022, the Supreme Court, dominated now by a bloc of six arch-conservatives, overruled Roe v. [read post]