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Here’s a Brief History of Civil Asset Forfeiture

Civil asset forfeiture is a peculiar part of the American justice system. The law is premised on the belief that an object, and not the...

  • Richard Bierig
  • Nov 22, 2017

Thanksgiving All Year: How Morgan & Morgan Gave Back to the Community Throughout 2017

In the midst of all of the Black Friday doorbuster deals and heavy holiday traffic, it’s easy to lose sight of what Thanksgiving really means....

  • Staff
  • Nov 20, 2017

In a Post-Weinstein World, Will Laws Change to Support Workplace Sexual Harassment Victims?

Ever since The New Yorker’s shocking investigation into the dozens of sexual harassment allegations against media mogul Harvey Weinstein — and the people who allegedly...

  • Staff
  • Nov 13, 2017

Data Breaches Are (Sadly) Routine Now: Here's How to Protect Yourself

So, your data’s been stolen. Maybe it was your email address. Or perhaps it was a credit card number. Or, worse, it could have been...

  • Aaron Vehling
  • Nov 8, 2017

Three Morgan & Morgan Offices Rank Top Tier in 2018 “Best Law Firms”

We are proud to announce that three Morgan & Morgan offices received top tier rankings in the 2018 edition of “Best Law Firms” by U.S....

  • Staff
  • Nov 3, 2017

Florida Warns About Hurricane Harvey Investment Scams

In the wake of the devastation left after Hurricane Harvey, the Florida Office of Financial Regulation (OFR) has issued a warning about potential investment scams...

  • Aiman Farooq
  • Nov 1, 2017

Is Your Child’s Halloween Makeup Tainted with Lead?

Is there any holiday that children love more than Halloween? The chance to dress up as a scary monster, brave hero, or favorite cartoon character...

  • Staff
  • Oct 27, 2017

Nursing Home Drug Investigation Exposes the Dangers of Drug Kickbacks

Drugmaker Avanir Pharmaceuticals has come under fire this week after allegations that its popular drug Nuedexta — approved to treat a rare condition linked to...

  • Staff
  • Oct 20, 2017

New Survey Says “Recall Fatigue” Could Be a Millennial Issue: Is That True?

Millennials are getting the blame once again — this time, for not responding to recall notices. People ages 18-34 are the least compliant consumer age...

  • Staff
  • Oct 11, 2017

Is Civil Asset Forfeiture Law Misused and Abused?

Since an expansion of civil forfeiture was announced in July, there has been a spirited debate about whether or not police should be able to...

  • Richard Bierig
  • Oct 9, 2017

Debunking 8 Popular Stereotypes of Older Workers

In our youth-obsessed culture, there is no end to the number of stereotypes older workers are up against. But research shows that often they are...

  • Caroline Cornell
  • Oct 3, 2017

What a Repeal of the NYC Cabaret Law Could Mean for Nightlife Security

The New York City Cabaret law may sound like something out of the hit Kevin Bacon flick Footloose, but it’s a very real dance ban...

  • Staff
  • Sep 27, 2017

A Brief History of the Asbestos Industry's Great Cover-up

Commercials for mesothelioma often promote one thing: the $30 billion compensation fund for victims of asbestos. These commercials air so often that it’s easy to...

  • Richard Bierig
  • Sep 26, 2017

Morgan & Morgan to Help Kentucky AG in Fight to End Opioid Crisis

We are proud to announce that the Kentucky Attorney General’s office has selected our law firm to lead litigation against the major players responsible for...

  • Staff
  • Sep 22, 2017

Where Do Recalled Products End Up?

When a product recall officially goes out, a series of events take place: the item is pulled from shelves and consumers are generally given the...

  • Staff
  • Sep 19, 2017