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Why Police Departments Need to Review Their Stop-and-Frisk Policies

Jul 20 2018
Police stop-and-frisk policies have been controversial from their inception during the 1990s. Opponents have complained that allowing officers to detain and search based only on "reasonable suspicion" leads to hundreds of thousands of baseless stops, mostly of black and Latino citizens, and, ultimately, is ineffective in fighting or deterring......

5 Intellectual Property Tips for Online Businesses

Jul 20 2018
If you're running an online business, here are five tips to protecting your intellectual property. Read more on FindLaw Legal Blogs....

Ex-Apple Employee Faces 10 Years for Theft of Self Driving Car Secrets

Jul 19 2018
Trade secrets are incredibly valuable to tech companies. Steal your employer's trade secrets, and you may end up broke and in jail. Read more on FindLaw Legal Blogs....

Can You Be Evicted for Having a Messy Apartment?

Jul 19 2018
It is possible you can be evicted for keeping a messy apartment. Read more on FindLaw Legal Blogs....

Humans in Nature: National Park Injury Roundup

Jul 19 2018
How safe are national parks? What happens if you get injured in one? Find out on FindLaw Legal Blogs....

Cosby Asks Supreme Court to Review Defamation Case

Jul 19 2018
Bill Cosby and his former attorney, Marty Singer, are looking to go to court for the umpteenth time in recent years, petitioning SCOTUS to hear an appeal of a state court lawsuit brought by Janice Dickinson for defamation. Read more on FindLaw Legal Blogs....

How to Start a 3D Printing Business: 3 Legal FAQ

Jul 19 2018
As 3D printers become better and more affordable more entrepreneurs become interested in using them for their business. Read more on FindLaw Legal Blogs....

No Religious Right to Discriminate Against LGBT Foster and Adoptive Parents, Court Says

Jul 19 2018
In a recent landmark case, a Philadelphia federal court decided that there is no religious right to discriminate against LGBT foster and adoptive parents. Read more on FindLaw Legal Blogs....

'Drug Free' as Probation Condition OK in Massachusetts

Jul 19 2018
The Massachusetts Supreme Court unanimously agreed that remaining drug-free is an acceptable term of probation. Read more on FindLaw Legal Blogs....

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