Biting politics: The playful (and possibly legal) antics of Joe Biden’s furry first friend

President Joe Biden’s furry sidekicks, Major and Commander, have wagged their way into the limelight for more than just their playful antics, and tongues have been wagging. These two German Shepherds have been sinking their teeth into more than just chew toys, engaging in a series of biting incidents with Secret Service agents, prompting concerns about safety and even sparking a lawsuit.

Bitter brews and legal stews: Starbucks, Dunkin’, and Buffalo Wild Wings face off against bitter lawsuits

If you've missed our previous explorations into frivolous lawsuits surrounding fast food and plaintiffs who play fast and loose with the law, you're in luck. In today’s article, we've got some interesting cases you can sink your teeth into. While this brief list may not feature a dispute as notorious as the infamous McDonald’s coffee case (which, let's be clear, was far from frivolous), coffee-serving establishments still manage to find their way into the legal limelight.

TikToker takedown: Lawyer sues influencer for millions over defamatory divorce videos

They say a picture is worth a thousand words. If that were true, a series of videos must be worth hundreds of millions of dollars. This isn’t merely a wild guess. We know of one particular video series that’s worth at least $150 million.

That’s the amount that a former lawyer from multinational law firm Greenberg Traurig is suing a TikTok influencer for posting videos about a legal case for views and likes.

Recent celebrity lawsuit lowdown: From tardiness lawsuits to bling battles

The star-studded suits that have been filed in the last few months have resulted in a treasure trove of legal showdowns. And it seems like the bigger the pop star, the more absurd the legal theatrics get.

In this post, we'll be posing important legal questions such as “Is it justifiable to sue a singer for kicking off their concert fashionably late?” As always, we'll leave it up to you to be the judge.

Burning legal question: Should you stay roomies with your ex post-divorce?

Breaking up is hard enough without having to live with your ex and see them all the time. On one hand, staying put means you don’t go through the hassle and expense of moving out and finding a place. On the other hand, why stay with someone you’re separating from?

The following stories show how divorce can become more complicated (or less) when you stay with your ex-spouse.