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Today, some consider the CFAA to be "one of the most far-reaching criminal laws in the United States Code"; others call it "the worst law in technology."
The great debate about driverless cars raises unanswered legal questions about the right against self-incrimination. By Joshua M. Robbins and Jamie E. Sutton
The objective of this article and self-study test is to review entitlement to attorney fees pursuant to contracts.
The procedure for determining competency for a criminal defendant confuses many attorneys, even criminal attorneys.
Insurers and insureds often disagree about whether a claim or lawsuit against an insured should be settled and if so, for how much. What should not be subject to disagreement is an insurer's duty to pay reasonable settlements.
Does an indemnity agreement provide protection when the obligated party has not been negligent? The answer depends on the language used. By Brian McMahon
For only the second time in over 25 years, the California Supreme Court has found that a peremptory challenge violated the constitutional prohibition against racial discrimination in jury selection.
The attorney-client privilege bars intrusion into communications between attorneys and their clients. But that protection may not apply in estate litigation. By Benjamin D. Fox
Recent U.S. Supreme Court decisions have granted ever-increasing First Amendment protection to commercial speakers. The 9th Circuit, however, seems to be moving in the opposite direction.
What should you do if users start using your client's website to post hateful, obscene or defamatory comments and images? User-posted content can damage your business image and, with the wrong set of facts, result in legal liability.