Florida Appeals Court Rules Against Middle School Student Accused of Posting Threatening Content Online
The Third District Court of Appeal affirmed a Miami-Dade Circuit Court order finding a Miami Lakes Middle School student guilty of disrupting school activities. The student purportedly posted troubling remarks on a YouTube video depicting the aftermath of the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
There have been disputes over rights to the two existing photographs of blues icon Robert Johnson as well as over who was his rightful heir. The latest court decision involves a contingency fee agreement originally entered into by a law firm hired by Johnson's son, who died in 2015. The case offers an example of what rights counsel may gain from such an arrangement following the death of the signatory client.
"Starting the Young Women in Bio chapter in the Metro New York area and then moving on to grow Young Women in Bio to the national organization took a lot more guts and confidence than I thought I had at the time. There is no question that these experiences have helped me to become a partner, and more importantly instilled a confidence in myself that I could be a partner."
Labor of Law: Pam Karlan's Bias Petition Catches SCOTUS Attention | L&E Names on 'Demand Justice' High-Court Wish List | New DOL Whistleblower Ruling | Who Got the Work
The U.S. Supreme Court is calling for the views of the solicitor general in a race bias case brought by Stanford's Pam Karlan. Plus: several Obama-era L&E agency leaders are being pitched by the progressive group Demand Justice as would-be Democratic nominees to SCOTUS. Scroll down for Who Got the Work, headlines and more!