What will be the outcome of any matter before the US Supreme Court. Law prof claims computer model predicts SCOTUS decisions with 70% accuracy
Here is an article illustrating the difficulties one can get into by relying on self help forms to do their own lawyering tasks.
A blog post by Santiago A Cueto in The International Business Law Advisor asks this question and provides some interesting insight into the potential legal results of using a virtual currency.
For those who might be wondering about the current interest in Baker v. Nelson, Lyle Denniston has an informative post on SCOTUS Blog
An interesting Blog post about High Volume Personal Injury “Settlement Mills”
For a discussion of an innovative course by Marc Lauritsen at Suffolk Law School read here.
Geoffrey Stone of the University of Chicago Law School writing in the Huffington Post and taking the Republican House to task.
An well thought out Article by Christine Benz on the Morningstar Financial Blog arguing that transferring digital assets is an increasingly important aspect of the estate-planning process.
Here is an analysis of how the Department of Labor Ruling effectively extends Federal Benefit rights to same sex couples in all fifty states regardless of the law of the state where they live.
An Interesting story from The Los Angeles Times