Blog Archive: September 2014

Posted on Fri, 2014-09-19 00:00 by Nakia Gray in Family Law



The divorce rate in America is on the rise again now that the economy and housing market is recovering. With as many as 50% of first marriages ending in divorce, you probably know someone who has gone through a divorce.


Here are five things even your closest friends probably won’t share with you about preparing for life after divorce:


Posted on Thu, 2014-09-18 13:54 by Levi S. Zaslow in Sports, Labor Law, Civil Litigation, Labor Employment


(Photo Credit: UPI/ AP; New York Post)


One of the most explosive issues in sports right now is the NFL’s discipline of its players.  Discipline has been inconsistent, the NFL is accused of seriously mishandling cases, and there is public outcry about some players’ conduct.  The two-game suspension, and subsequent indefinite suspension, of former Ravens’ running back Ray Rice is reflective of many of the broken parts of this process. 


Posted on Fri, 2014-09-12 08:59 by Matthew J. Focht in Personal Injury

Social Media Discovery with Personal Injury Claims


Earlier this year, Tamara O’Connell on the JGL Blog discussed whether social media evidence is admissible at trial. Today, we consider a related issue: the discoverability of social media evidence in a personal injury claim.