We continue our Friday round-up of what is newest, best and brightest at FindLaw.com. Below, you will find this week’s offerings from various areas of FindLaw’s unique content, including: core legal content, blogs, news and case law. Take a look at what’s new:
FindLaw Consumer Blogs:
- 3 Key Questions for George Zimmerman’s Jury: A Florida jury is now deliberating the fate of George Zimmerman, who claims he shot and killed unarmed teenager Trayvon Martin in self-defense. Was it second-degree murder, manslaughter, or neither? As jurors have many issues to consider, FindLaw’s Blotter looks at the three most important questions they’ll have to answer.
- How to Sue an Airline Over Damage, Injury: Last weekend’s Asiana Airlines crash raises the question of how to pursue legal claims against an airline. The answer depends on what type of injury or damage you suffered, and how much you’re seeking in compensation. FindLaw’s Injured explains what you’ll need to consider to get your airline claim off the ground.
FindLaw Legal Professional Blogs:
- A Closer Look at The Unusual EPIC Writ That Bypasses Lower Courts: An electronic-privacy group has gone directly to the U.S. Supreme Court in an effort to stop the NSA’s no-longer-secret surveillance programs. But as similar lawsuits have been shot down, will this one meet the same fate? FindLaw’s U.S. Supreme Court blog explains how this case is different and what’s likely to happen next.
Law Firm Management:
- Do Employers Need to Post NLRB Notices in the Workplace?: You’re probably familiar with the NLRB’s “Employee Rights” poster. If it’s not displayed in a prominent place, then employers can potentially get into trouble. But two federal appeals courts have recently held that the NLRB’s poster rule is invalid. FindLaw’s latest Corporate Counsel article breaks down the rulings and what they mean for your business.
— Andrew Chow, FindLaw Audience Team