Most states now allow medical uses for marijuana, but they disagree widely on whether workers' compensation should cover it.
College athletes in Michigan, Ohio, Kentucky, and Tennessee who do not wish to vaccinate against COVID-19 for religious or medical reasons can take a victory lap this week. The Sixth Circuit Cour...
A review of recent legal news, including FBI crime stats from 2020 and the opening of a trial involving water rights in the Southwest.
A recent survey by the ABA of 1,300 attorneys under the age of 36 revealed the impact student loans have on young attorneys' mental health.
According to two new studies, lawyers have been worried about employer support, reduced access to clients, and trying to "do it all."
Social media rumors of a new tax on income received via cash apps are unfounded. But new reporting requirements are coming for people who are paid that way.
This past summer saw the latest wave of litigation against the nation's largest pharmaceutical companies in response to the continued flood of opioids plaguing numerous American communities. As w...
John Hinckley Jr. is close to earning his unconditional release. Legally Weird writes about how he was able to get to this point after the 1981 attempt on Ronald Reagan's life.
Lawsuits filed by the heirs of prominent Marvel comic writers and illustrators could seriously impact the company's use of popular characters.
A recent challenge to a law restricting the sale of guns to adults under 21 was dismissed for "mootness" because the plaintiffs have aged out.