Consumer Law

Internet Law

One-third of top websites have clauses to restrict consumer lawsuits

Cybersecurity

Is your firm’s phone line secure? If not, a hack attack can cost you big bucks

Injury & Accident Law

Rare NHTSA alert warns owners of 4.7 million vehicles of airbag safety issues

Consumer Law

New York attorney general reviews timeshare practices; Hilton, Wyndham agree to changes

Verdicts & Settlements

Reports of free money from Red Bull settlement lead to website crash

Criminal Justice

Credit card charge of $600 isn’t processed, sending man to jail, but same card is good for $1K bail

Around the Blawgosphere

What things do you consider before taking a case? | Bloggers review novel by ATL’s David Lat

Consumer Law

Lawsuits challenge ‘Made in USA’ label

Precedents

Oct. 6, 1958: Quiz Show Hearings Begin

Trials & Litigation

Big Tobacco appeals court-mandated anti-smoking advertisements

Consumer Law

Suit says Templeton Rye whiskey isn’t really made in Iowa using Prohibition-era recipe

Health Law

New York Times article on hidden hospital costs sparks calls for change, suggestions for consumers

Cybersecurity

Home Depot confirms data breach

Verdicts & Settlements

IOLTA programs will get part of Bank of America settlement

Consumer Law

Are you allergic to your technology? Suit seeks information on recalled Fitbit Force wristbands

Consumer Law

Louisiana suit claims State Farm emphasizes costs over safety with preferred auto repair shops

Trusts & Estates

Delaware is first state to adopt model law that says social media accounts can be inherited

Law Firms

Suit claims boiler room operation recruited plaintiffs in alleged law firm mortgage rescue scam

Bar Exam

Law grads sue over ‘Barmageddon,’ seek refund of software fee and punitive damages

Consumer Law

Quaker Oats settles case with agreement to remove trans fats