It's no secret that FindLaw.com has it all. Part of the reason our site is so comprehensive is because we know that our users come to FindLaw.com looking for a variety of things. You come for case law, news or legal information, and we work hard to ensure that our site contains everything you are looking for!
One area of our website that is constantly being updated is our consumer and legal professional-facing blogs. Whether looking to be informed on the latest information on a general topic such as crime or personal injury or looking to find a blog that is written specifically for and about your metropolitan area, our blogs are a great legal resource to read the story and find out the legal issues involved.
So while you may frequently monitor blogs like Injured or FindLaw Blotter, we'd like to showcase some of our other blogs. You may just have an addition to your RSS feed on your hands. Now, in no particular order, here are three FindLaw blogs you should be reading:
Free Enterprise: More than small business legal news and tips, the Free Enterprise blog is a great source of information on employment law issues. Anyone interested in employer-employee relations or has run a business of any size will enjoy reading these blog posts. For instance, did you know that Courtney Love played a role in a Twitter defamation case? You may not have known that you could sue for business damages if someone takes to Twitter or other social media sites to talk trash.
Decided: You don't have to be a lawyer to find the blog posts in Decided helpful and interesting. Not only does Decided cover notable, high-profile and important court decisions on a range of cases but it also tells you what those decisions mean. Written by our legal bloggers who also happen to be lawyers, Decided informs readers beyond the facts of a decision. Like the Michigan Supreme Court case that held that a woman can sue over a toilet paper dispenser injury. The court's opinion was insightful.
Legal Grounds: Legal news with an attitude is the best way to describe this lighthearted blog. The law has sometimes been accused of being dry and heavy but this blog is anything but! Take, for example, the post about a Norwegian boss who forced women to wear red bracelets while menstruating. What would happen to a boss who tried such a move in the U.S.?
More than just reporting on current trends, Free Enterprise, Decided and Legal Grounds all bring a unique legal angle and analysis to the reader. We know you'll enjoy these 3 FindLaw blogs we spotlighted here.