'People's Court' Judge Joseph Wapner Dies at Age 97
His legacy and his decisions will live on forever.
Buffalo Chip city goes before the Supreme Court
A case before the South Dakota Supreme Court sounds more like a lesson in grammar than a court case.
No Court Can Change What Marriage Is
Statement by Focus on the Family President Jim Daly on the decision in the Obergefell v. Hodges marriage case: “Today the Supreme Court issued a disappoint
How on Earth Did This Full-Court Buzzer-Beating Heave Go In?
It's a fact of life: buzzer beaters are always fun to watch (almost as much fun as watching difficult shots that go even worse than logic dictates).
How Virtual Reality Is Changing A Colorado Campus
Erin Finnell stands up in front of the class and calls on a student. “What are you doing this weekend, CJ?” Finnell asks. “I’m just going with my boyfriend
Youth climate change lawsuit goes before Alaska Supreme Court
The lawsuit says state policy that promotes fossil fuels violates the constitutional right of young Alaskans to a safe climate.
German court rules that a hangover is an illness
BERLIN (AP) - A German court has ruled that a hangover is an illness, in a verdict against the distributor of a food supplement marketed as an "anti-hangover drink. " The state court in Frankfurt ruled in a verdict released Monday that marketing by the defendant, which it didn't identify, violated a ban on attributing to food products the ability to prevent, treat or heal illnesses. It rejected an appeal against a lower court's similar verdict.
Virtual cities may pave the way for driverless cars, other new technologies
Springfield, a virtual city at the University of Iowa, studies human response to new driving technologies.
Buffalo Elementary School students learn through virtual reality headsets
Students at Buffalo Elementary School are the recipients of three Oculus Rift virtual reality headsets programmed with content from Davenport-based Victory Enterprises.
Kansas v. Kahler capital murder appeal goes before US Supreme Court
The United States Supreme Court has heard arguments in a quadruple-murder case from Osage County.
How might a Justice Gorsuch rule on environmental cases before the Supreme Court?
Appellate Judge Neil Gorsuch, President Trump's pick for the US Supreme Court, has not presided over many environmental cases. But his well-written, very conservative court opinions provide insight into what his appointment could mean for law in this area.
Clearing the air: Top court will look at hookah tobacco case
The Michigan Supreme Court is looking at the case of a Detroit-area man who mixes his own tobacco for water pipes known as hookah.
Jakubowski in court: 'I'm not a slave, you can't tell me what to do'
Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Ziegler unopposed for 10-year term
Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Annette Ziegler is on the ballot unopposed for a second 10-year term.
Here’s How Senators Plan To Vote On Supreme Court Nominee Neil Gorsuch
WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Republicans are considering their next step now that the confirmation hearings of Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch are over and many Democrats are planning to filibuster the nomination. The Senate Judiciary Committee met Monday to consider Gorsuch's nomination, but as expected, Democrats requested that the nomination be held for one week, so the committee is expected to vote Monday, April 3.
Sweden won't seek Assange's detention, court rules
COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) — WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange should not be extradited to Sweden for a revived rape investigation, but should still be questioned in the case while he is imprisoned in Britain, a Swedish court ruled Monday, The ruling by the Uppsala District Court. doesn't mean the preliminary rape investigation must be abandoned, only that Assange won't be extradited to Sweden for now.
Should Massachusetts Family Court Conduct Virtual Hearings?
A blog about Massachusetts law in the areas of family law, real estate, litigation, and other legal issues.
How Travel Payment is Going Virtual
Travel payment is going virtual, ride-sharing is overwhelmingly allowed in business travel and gamification is not catching on, according to new research released today by the Global Business Travel Association (GBTA), in partnership with AirPlus International.
Another Federal Court Rules That Virtual Currency Is a Commodity
Last week, in a denial of a motion to dismiss, a Massachusetts district court ruled that virtual currencies are commodities under the Commodity Exchange Act (the “CEA”) and that therefor
Here's how senators plan to vote on Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch
Republicans are considering their next step now that the confirmation hearings of Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch are over and Democrats are planning to filibuster the nomination.