We'd rather pay for prison: poverty, mental illness and the high cost of justice failing before a crime is even committed
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Eli Sanders' new book looks at the terrible state of mental health care in the United States.
Civil Litigation Law and Legal Resources
Civil litigation is a legal process to resolve disputes between individuals or organizations. It usually involves monetary damages or the recovery of a specific right.
Two More Arrested in Albany, New York, College Hazing Death
Two more people have been arrested in connection with a fraternity hazing that led to the death of a 19-year-old pledge last year in Albany, New York, bringing the total number of people charged in the alleged crime to seven.
Home Inspection Issues in Residential Real Estate Transactions
When a house is bought, the location and aesthetics drive the transaction while the condition of the systems and components located under the hood are often just an afterthought. Conversely, in a commercial transactions, due diligence that extends way beyond a simplistic home inspection is a precondition to a meeting of the minds in the first instance. The reason for this divergence between commercial and residential transactions is likely because commercial transactions have a dollars-and-cents focus while residential transactions are more often driven from an emotional attachment to the property.
3 Reasons Why Home Inspections May Cancel a Deal
Home inspection plays a vital role in a real estate deal; it could make or break a deal between a buyer and a seller.
Defense to Rest in Trial of 3 Ex-Dewey & LeBoeuf Leaders
Deliberations have begun on the case District Attorney Cyrus Vance has brought against the three primary executives of Dewey & LeBoeuf. The three are accused of larceny, fraud and falsifying business records to keep Dewey's financial failure under wraps.