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Workers Deserve Minimal Protections Before Nursing Homes Receive Liability Shield May. 11, 2020

Daily Editorials

Nursing homes are asking state lawmakers to shield them from lawsuits related to the explosion of co... Read More

The Pandemic Spawns a Litany of Litigation May. 09, 2020

Diane Dimond

It is a sure bet that lots of lawyers have not stopped working during the quarantine. Judging from t... Read More

April 24, 2020 Apr. 24, 2020

Classic Annie's Mailbox

Dear Annie: My husband died 11 years ago. Our son, "Marcus," was 6 at the time. His dad was in inten... Read More

Frivolous Litigators Bite the Hands That Care for Them Apr. 16, 2020

Veronique de Rugy

In good economic times, the burdens of big government and excessive regulation are easy for many to ... Read More

Boy Scouts Failed to Heed the Catholic Church's Lesson and Confront Abuse Feb. 20, 2020

Daily Editorials

Boy Scouts of America has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy to protect the organization and its multib... Read More

Let's Hear It for the Queen Jan. 23, 2020

R. Emmett Tyrrell Jr.

Washington — Last week was a good week for Queen Elizabeth II. At 93 years of age, she once ag... Read More

Cause for Concern -- No Experience Necessary Jan. 23, 2020

At Work

Q: I have worked for a title company for about two months. I needed help with my computer because it... Read More

Court Ruling Sustains Obamacare, But Health Care of Millions Remains Threatened Jan. 07, 2020

Daily Editorials

A U.S. appeals court last month declined to invalidate the Affordable Care Act, which has already be... Read More

Caution Required in Writing Recommendations Dec. 12, 2019

At Work

Q: A colleague asked me for a letter of recommendation. I know the person through my job, but I don'... Read More

Classic Ann Landers Nov. 03, 2019

Classic Ann Landers

Editor's Note: Hundreds of Ann Landers' loyal readers have requested that newspapers continue to pub... Read More

Use Your Skills to Be Your Own Boss Sep. 26, 2019

At Work

Q: I signed on with a tutoring agency that sends tutors to children's schools or homes, often with t... Read More

Sandy Hook Parents Might Finally Break the Gun Industry's Immunity Shield Apr. 23, 2019

Daily Editorials

Toymakers whose toys injure kids can be sued. Carmakers that put dangerous cars on the highways and ... Read More

Who Will See the Full Mueller Report? Apr. 11, 2019

Judge Andrew P. Napolitano

When Attorney General William Barr released his four-page assessment of Special Counsel Robert Muell... Read More

Trump's Phony-Yet-Legal Border Emergency: Congress Seems to Have Authorized This End Run Around Its Spending Power. Can It Do That? Feb. 20, 2019

Jacob Sullum

Members of Congress who are dismayed by Donald Trump's invocation of emergency powers to build his b... Read More

Sackler Family Donations Carry Taint of Lives Destroyed by Purdue Opioids Feb. 14, 2019

Daily Editorials

The Sackler family name, once synonymous with philanthropy benefiting elite institutions, is now mor... Read More

The Thorny Problem of Finding Who's to Blame for Drug Overdoses Feb. 08, 2019

C Force

As prescription and illicit opioid overdose deaths continue to rise in the United States, lawsuits a... Read More

No Such Thing as a Slam-Dunk Lawsuit Feb. 07, 2019

At Work

Q: Could a potential employee who is asked to sign a non-compete employment agreement just sign the ... Read More

When Threatened With a Lawsuit, Do You Fight or Flee? Jan. 22, 2019

Succeeding in Your Business

"I am a big fan of your weekly column, and hope you can help me with a difficult situation. "Last ye... Read More

What Does NY Times Have in Common With the National Enquirer? They Both Love Anti-SLAPP Laws Dec. 17, 2018

Ted Rall

The National Enquirer is in the news rather than reporting it — not for printing that Elvis is... Read More

Empower Voters, Not Lawyers Nov. 14, 2018

Betsy McCaughey

If Americans are losing confidence in elections, don't blame Russian hackers. The damage is self-inf... Read More