NEW ORLEANS -- A Louisiana judge ruled Wednesday that thousands of New Orleans school employees were wrongfully fired after Hurricane Katrina shut down the city and its schools in 2005.
Judge Ethel Simms Julien awarded more than $1 million to seven people who filed the class-action suit against the New Orleans... Read More »
By Brock Vergakis
NORFOLK, Va. -- The "like" button on Facebook seems like a relatively clear way to express your support for something, but a federal judge says that doesn't mean clicking it is constitutionally protected speech.
Exactly what a "like" means -- if anything -- played a part in a case in... Read More »
You won't end up in court for watching hardcore pornography. But you will if you were watching that hardcore pornography in court in the first place. That's what one court clerk discovered, after a judge saw him accessing the images in December 2010, during a rape trial in London Crown Court. The man had... Read More »
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By Kristin Marino
From the excitement of the courtroom to the intense concentration of the legal library, paralegals enjoy a variety of tasks in a wide range of settings. Paralegals continue to assume more tasks (with some important exceptions) once reserved... Read More »
The vast majority of high-paying jobs require a significant initial commitment in the form of education, training and tuition, and then hard work while on the job. Most high-paying jobs require significantly more hours on the job than the average American puts in. 24/7 Wall St. has identified nine jobs that... Read More »