The “We Love the Constitution” initiative by the National Constitution Center and iCivics invites people from all perspectives to record videos celebrating America’s founding document. Watch the first of ours now ▶︎
The so-called 'gig' economy– think Uber, Lyft and AirBnB– is changing the face business. But employees, independent contractors and insurance companies are hauling it into court. In our feature report, Gina Passarella interviews Shannon Liss-Riordan on her class action lawsuits against Uber Technologies Inc.
"The genie's out of the bottle, are there ways the law can support that entrepreneurship rather than diminish it?" - Jonathan Younger, The RBL Group
With Judge Gorsuch's confirmation hearing last week, it remains to be seen whether Democrats will approve the Republican nominee for Supreme Court. Or if Democrats filibuster, will Republicans trigger the Nuclear Option?. (3:04)
A judge throws three children into juvenile detention because they refuse to see their father. How should judges handle matters of parental alienation? (3:30)
Lawyers for Simon Tam and rock group The Slants abandon the "reappropriation" argument before the U.S. Supreme court, betting everything on the First Amendment. (3:03)
New caselaw— Tincher, specifically— makes this area of practice wildly unpredictable. Watch this ‘Lawyer’s Cut’ to get the full picture. (38:11)