Legal jargon is complicated, and TV shows don’t help the situation. Most people have heard the terms “plaintiff” and “defendant,” but those are not the… Read More »The Difference Between a Plaintiff, Defendant, Petitioner, Respondent, Appellant, and an Appellee
Have you ever bad-mouthed your boss on a company phone? Or have you streamed a new show at your desk? Often, such conduct violates company… Read More »Can Employers Read Your Emails in New York?
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In order to combat the spread of Chinese imperialism, the U.S. has developed a $60b secret weapon: the International Development Finance Corporation.
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Caniglia v. Strom, decided May 17, 2021, could have a significant impact on the legal future of red flag laws, given that the Court unanimously… Read More »Does Caniglia v. Strom Affect Red Flag Laws?
Defendants who are found guilty of a crime appeal the verdict all the time. Sometimes they succeed in getting their conviction overturned or a retrial… Read More »Double Jeopardy: Why the Prosecution Cannot Appeal in a Criminal Case
Have you ever heard that the Second Amendment doesn’t apply to modern guns? That the Founders couldn’t possibly have anticipated the evolution of weaponry? Not… Read More »The Puckle Gun & 2 Other Guns that Existed in 1776
The United States Supreme Court uses Century Schoolbook for its opinions and issues its orders in Lucida Sans Typewriter. Lawyers must submit briefs in a font “in the Century family.”