The Legality of Chatbots

The Legality of Chatbots

Businesses are increasingly deploying chatbots to streamline customer service and internal processes. Some studies expect that by 2020 more than 85% of customer interactions will be handled by chatbots instead of human employees. The legality of something is...
How Divorcing Couples Should Handle Custody of Pets

How Divorcing Couples Should Handle Custody of Pets

Many people consider their pet a part of the family, which is why disputes over pet ownership are such a common issue among divorcing couples. State courts don’t address pets by statute, which further complicates the issue. The legal battles involving pets can...
Courtroom Etiquette 101: The Do’s and Don’ts of the Courtroom

Courtroom Etiquette 101: The Do’s and Don’ts of the Courtroom

Etiquette is essential for making a good impression, especially in the courtroom. Courtroom proceedings have many stated and unstated rules of conduct for litigants, attorneys, jurors, and other attendees. Whether you are the defendant, the plaintiff, or a witness,...
When Should a Landlord Hire a Lawyer?

When Should a Landlord Hire a Lawyer?

When Should a Landlord Hire a Lawyer? There are some situations in which a landlord may need to hire or consult with an attorney for expert advice and coaching. Some of the most common situations in which a landlord could benefit from a lawyer’s help include the...

Electronic Signatures: How and When to Use Them in Business Contracts

Most contracts, agreements and other documents can now be signed with an electronic signature from the comfort of your computer, tablet, or phone. Electronic signatures allow you to sign, send, and manage the documents online from any device, anytime, or anywhere....
Your Guide to Gray Divorce

Your Guide to Gray Divorce

During middle and older adulthood, many couples confront their children growing up and moving out, retirement, or declining health. It’s experiences such as this that can prompt spouses to reassess their marriages, and ultimately consider divorce. The U.S. has...