Federal and state laws are always changing, and every time a case is resolved, it sets the precedent for another, similar case in the future. At American Law Discussion Group, we aim to open up a conversation about various legal issues, topics, and relevant law-related news stories.
Each of our posts are written by people who have first-hand experience dealing with a legal trouble, former and current attorneys, current and former law students, and other legal influencers, such as judges, law clerks, and the like.
Common Legal Issues
There are some legal topics that will inevitably be covered more frequently than others due to their prevalence in the courtroom. Some of these topics might include the following:
- Defective products claims
- Blowing the whistle
- Getting a divorce or annulment
- Motor vehicle wrecks
- Slip-and-fall accidents
- Employment disputes
- Stockbroker misconduct
- Child custody and support orders
- Entering into a surrogacy arrangement
- Attacks by canines
- Adoption and becoming a legal guardian
- Maritime accident injuries
- Filing a personal injury claim
- Obtaining workers compensation benefits
This is just a sample of the different types of topics we cover. In addition to these aforementioned legal issues, we also routinely include discussions surrounding notable criminal defense cases, how to build a powerful defense, and other topics involving criminal law.
Your Resource for Law-Related Headlines
It seems like nearly every day there is something in the news that involves the law. Whether your local news station is reporting about your city’s most recent homicide, or a company is found to have taken advantage of consumers, we report on some of the most infamous and ongoing law stories across the nation.
We also discuss legal situations that should have gotten more attention and request feedback in the comments section about how you might handle a similar situation, what your thoughts are, what was done wrong, and how the situation could be resolved.
Check Out American Law Discussion Group Each Week
If you’re eager to get out of the day to day social media fodder that seems to propogate what would otherwise be thought-provoking conversation around important legal topics, American Law Discussion Group is for you.
You can learn more about the topics that interest you, offer critical thinking subjects of your own when you comment, continue educating yourself (no matter where you are in life), and most importantly, keep your love of the law alive through well-informed conversation among those involved in some way with the legal community.