Two new Supreme Court decisions are considered a victory for religious liberty advocates. What do they mean for everyone else? Learn more on FindLaw's SLaw and Daily Life.
Can you be fired for whistleblowing on COVID-19 cases at your workplace? Whisteblower laws may protect employees who expose positive cases at their restaurants and businesses. Read more on FindLa...
FindLaw reviews the pandemic divorce trends and predicted divorce outcomes you should know before, during, and after you file.
The U.S. Supreme Court rules states can fine or replace "faithless electors."
Are President Trump's tweets official U.S. policy? Learn more on FindLaw's Law and Daily Life.
Northeastern governors have changed their tune and now want to require many outsiders to quarantine.
What should you know before signing a COVID-19 liability waiver? What does signing a liability waiver mean? Learn more on FindLaw's Law and Daily Life.
Have you been hearing fireworks every night? You?re not the only one, and there may be a reason for that. Learn more on FindLaw?s Law and Daily Life.
Some towns are creating their own currency to take the economic sting out of coronavirus lockdowns. How does that work? And it is it legal?
President Trump has suggested sending federal troops into cities with confrontational protests with police. Can he do that? And can the military say no?
Employers are looking at whether and how to test employees for COVID-19. They have many questions.
Can your employer fire you for attending a protest? Depending on the state you live in, your type of employment, your actions, and more, the answer can be either yes or no. Read on for details on...
Is it illegal to pull down statues, behead, or dump them? Can I be arrested for protesting a monument? Learn the answers and possible charges you could face on FindLaw's Law and Daily Life.
Police have been attacking and arresting journalists during recent protests. Are they going too far?
The Supreme Court's ruling will give renewed hopes to Dreamers, but it also comes with a warning. Read more on FindLaw's Law and Daily Life.