List of areas of law
The following is a list of major areas of legal practice and important legal subject-matters. For list of legal terms, see List of legal topics and List of legal terms.
Our Way - Shirley's Way
Our mission at Shirley’s Way is to be an extension of household income. We hosts several events a year and the money raised goes back to cancer patients who are in need of financial assistance. People...
Difference Between Bankruptcy and Bankruptcy Protection
Bankruptcy refers to a state wherein an individual or organization is no longer able to repay his creditors and this has been legally declared to the necessary par...
25,000+ Sign Petition To Allow Guns At Republican National Convention
It was not clear whether the aim is support of gun rights or to put the GOP in an awkward position. More than 25,000 people have signed a petition to allow firearms inside the Republican National Conv...
If Elon Musk and Richard Branson Started a Space War, Who Would Stop Them?
The treaties in place are vague, but could obligate a government to raid a launchpad.
'Broke' 50 Cent Ordered To Court After Flashing Cash Online
The rapper "50 Cent" is heading to court to explain why he's declaring bankruptcy -- while posting pictures surrounded by cash on Instagram.
In Shadow Of Uber HQ, S.F.’s Yellow Cab Files For Bankruptcy
The largest cab company in San Francisco, home of Uber and Lyft, wants to regroup. Yellow Cab Cooperative Inc. of San Francisco filed for chapter 11 protection on Friday, listing liabilities of more t...
The Richest Photographer in the World - How to Make Hundreds of Millions of Dollars by Taking Pictures of other People's Pictures
“I didn’t really even think to ask for permission to use the images. I don’t think that way. It didn’t occur to me to ask him and even if I did and he said ‘no’, I still would have taken them.”
Jared Fogle, Ex-Subway Spokesman, Sentenced To More Than 15 Years In Prison
Former Subway spokesman Jared Fogle was sentenced Thursday to more than 15 years in prison after pleading guilty to federal charges related to child pornography and sexual conduct involving minors. Fo...
South China Sea: US Navy To Operate 'Whenever, Wherever' International Law Allows, Admiral Says
"International seas and airspace belong to everyone and are not the dominion of any single nation," Admiral Harry Harris said at the Stanford Centre at Peking University. "Our military will continue t...
Hacking Team Hack Casts Spotlight On Murky World Of State Surveillance
The recent dump of the company’s private documents revealed the blurred moral lines of digital mercenaries providing software that could violate human rights. In contrast to many of the private compan...
Clinton Foundation: 'We Made Mistakes' On Donor Disclosure
The acting CEO of the Clinton Foundation admitted Sunday to mistakes in how the foundation disclosed its donors, amid continued questions about donations from foreign governments while Hillary Rodham ...
RadioShack store closure list
See if your local RadioShack is set to be closed by the end of next month.
Our Way - Shirley's Way
Our mission at Shirley’s Way is to be an extension of household income. We hosts several events a year and the money raised goes back to cancer patients who are in need of financial assistance. People...
Difference Between Bankruptcy and Bankruptcy Protection
Bankruptcy refers to a state wherein an individual or organization is no longer able to repay his creditors and this has been legally declared to the necessary par...
Arbitration Act 1979
The Arbitration Act 1979 (c.42) was an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom that reformed arbitration law in England and Wales. Prior to 1979, arbitration law was based on the Arbitration Act 1...
Arbitration Act 1979 - Wikipedia
25,000+ Sign Petition To Allow Guns At Republican National Convention
It was not clear whether the aim is support of gun rights or to put the GOP in an awkward position. More than 25,000 people have signed a petition to allow firearms inside the Republican National Conv...
If Elon Musk and Richard Branson Started a Space War, Who Would Stop Them?
The treaties in place are vague, but could obligate a government to raid a launchpad.
Blasphemy law in Yemen
A person who is accused of blasphemy in Yemen is often subject to vigilantism by governmental authorities. An accused person is subject to Sharia, which, according to some interpretations, prescribes ...
Blasphemy law in Yemen - Wikipedia
Transport law
Transport law (or transportation law) is the area of law dealing with transport. The laws can apply very broadly at a transport system level or more narrowly to transport things or activities within ...
The Richest Photographer in the World - How to Make Hundreds of Millions of Dollars by Taking Pictures of other People's Pictures
“I didn’t really even think to ask for permission to use the images. I don’t think that way. It didn’t occur to me to ask him and even if I did and he said ‘no’, I still would have taken them.”