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Posted 1 year ago in Video Your Personal Rights by Betsy Kim  
Author Says Abortion Laws Wage War on the Poor [Video]

  “[Anti-abortion laws] that have been advanced most recently in the name of women’s safety are particularly offensive because there is nothing advancing women’s safety when we make access to reproductive healthcare harder, more difficult, more expensive, more burdensome. There is nothing about women’s safety in that,” says Jessica Mason Pieklo, one of the writers of the book, “Crow After Roe.” She adds these restrictions on abortion are a cynical approach to a political end. Pieklo is an attorney and …

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Posted 1 year ago in Criminal Law On the Lighter Side Video by Betsy Kim  
‘Breaking Bad’: Meet a Real-Life Saul Goodman [Video]

  In the last episode of AMC’s “Breaking Bad,” the attorney, Saul Goodman, never appeared. One criminal defense lawyer, a real-life Saul of sorts, Todd Levitt, says the show would have ended quite differently had someone just phoned Saul. “Right when Walt was leaving to go out to the desert, he should have called Saul at that time and then Saul would have diverted the whole situation,” says Todd. (He may be a bit partial to Saul, as his actual …

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Posted 1 year ago in Consumer Law Video Your Job & The Law by Betsy Kim  
Newsbreak: Anti-Aging Creams Called a Rip-Off [Video]

  Betsy Kim, editorial director of Lawyers.com, provides today’s video Newsbreak for baby boomers. Maybe wisdom does come with age. If the fountain of youth in a jar sounds too good to be true, you’re not alone in your skepticism.  A class action lawsuit in New York accuses Estee Lauder of falsely advertising that its Advanced Night Repair Cream can make you look younger. According to the complaint, the makeup giant makes up claims that its products promote DNA repair …

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School Bullying Can Be a Crime [Video]

  Larry Bodine, editor-in-chief of Lawyers.com reports on how students, teachers and parents can say “no” to school bullying and cyber bullying.  The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services reports that 37% of teens have reported being bullied while at school. Forty-four percent of middle schools reported bullying is a problem. And 52% of students reported being cyber bullied. Cyber-bullying is electronic harassment With the speed of Internet communications many people quickly become witnesses to the bullying and humiliation. …

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Posted 1 year ago in Divorce Video by Ed Alpern  
How Mediation in Divorce Works [Video]

  Recently, the Internet was atwitter with the story of a divorced wife who sent $47.12 in pennies to her ex-husband after a judge ordered her to make the payment. That’s the kind of venom that can sometimes drip in divorce cases, especially the one half of one percent that wind up in court.    Carl Cangelosi, a divorce mediator, believes that most splits don’t need to come to that.   Mediation as a Cost-Effective Alternative “Parties have disputes all the …

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