DMV closures are leaving many people confused about how to renew expiring licenses. FindLaw's Law and Daily Life helps break down your options.
Massachusetts' top court says bashing your ex online is free speech.
Summer is usually the perfect time for cookouts and hangouts with family and friends. But are any of these things allowed during the pandemic?
Complaining about safety concerns when you return to work from a COVID-19 lockdown could get you fired. But there are laws that may back you up.
If you pay child support, losing your job due to the pandemic can be doubly painful. But you might be able to negotiate a reduced amount.
Increasingly, Americans are being encouraged and required to wear face masks. What does the law say?
New regulations from the Department of Education provide more protections for college students accused of sex crimes, and victims' rights groups are upset. Learn more on FindLaw's Law and Daily L...
Do stay-at-home orders mean you can't get together with mom this year? That depends where you live. Find out more on FindLaw's Law and Daily Life.
New York State decided to cancel the democratic primaries amid the Coronavirus pandemic? Is this legal? Go to Findlaw.com for answers.
More than 25 colleges are facing lawsuits over the quality of their distance learning. Learn more on FindLaw's Law and Daily Life.
While millions of stimulus checks have gone out, some U.S. citizens are missing out. Find out more on FindLaw's Law and Daily Life.
ou can sue for robocalls that don't stop after you are on the Do Not Call list. FindLaw.com explains how and why you may want to consider pursuing it in small claims court.
After a 26 million people filed for employment, President Trump issued an executive order limiting immigration to the US. What are the effects of this order?
The COVID-19 virus is already spawning a wide range of litigation. Here's an overview.
Furloughed employees being called back to work may fear exposure to COVID-19. Is that a justification for continuing to collect unemployment?