I often receive calls from travelers who have had their cell phone, smart phone, PDA, iPhone, camera, and laptop computer examined by the Canada Border Services Agency (“CBSA”) during a secondary inspection.
In the most recent episode of This American Life, the show includes a discussion of the amendment on the ballot to reconstitute the JQC as a creature of the legislature and with the State Bar of Georgia taken out of the appointment process altogether.
Imagine walking down the street in your city neighborhood and stopping by a garden, planted in what used to be a vacant lot, to buy some vegetables or fruit for supper.
Two individuals who served as accomplices during a robbery spree in Morris County and Sussex County managed to avoid prison after pleading guilty and being sentenced to probation.
I’ve been writing about the law of driverless cars since 2011. For more than forty years, the general rule for when a car was defectively designed is whether the manufacturer met “a reasonable duty of care in the design of its vehicle consonant with the state of the art to minimize the effect of accidents.”
A Morris County grand jury recently indicted two individuals on a number of criminal charges, including promoting prostitution.
As U.S. law has become less willing to entertain certain types of lawsuits on behalf of worldwide classes of plaintiffs, litigants have looked for other forums that might allow the prosecution – or at least the resolution – of claims on a global, classwide basis, ideally through opt-out classes.
This week our firm scored a major victory when the Minnesota Supreme Court ruled in our favor in the Thompson case. It is now settled that Minnesota cannot criminally charge a driver for refusing a urine or blood test.
This post was inevitable. I’ve been writing about defamation law on this blog for years.