Most people know the purpose of a living will. The document, first proposed in the 1960s, dictates what kind of life-sustaining medical treatments one wants and does not want so their wishes are known if they can’t communicate due to a serious medical situation. What…
In the days after Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death, her opinions, dissents and phrases, from eloquent writings to chuckled one-liners, are cementing her as a ferocious defender of the underrepresented, especially women.
Creating a living will is something everyone agrees is a prudent move, but also something nobody wants to think or talk about. End of life conversations are extremely hard, more so perhaps, when the end seems a long way off. But that’s the time to get one’s wishes documented.
The recent denial of 3M Company’s attempt to have the courts dismiss litigation from 150,000 veterans suffering hearing loss or tinnitus from faulty earplugs means one of the country’s largest multidistrict cases is moving closer to settlement or trial.
As the coronavirus shutters courtrooms around the world, international adoptions have dramatically slowed since March.
College students forced into online classes are suing colleges, saying the classes aren’t as good as in person. Experts say that might be a tough sell.