The government is able to scan and track people based on their tattoos thanks to a top-secret project underway.
A 23-year-old hacker from the U.K. named, Marcus Hutchins who is responsible for stopping a global cyber attack.
Shontavia Johnson Professor of Intellectual Property Law, at Drake University breaks down social media behavior and how it translates to the courts
Steve Madden went from having billions to being a jailbird. Now he is giving back...
O.J. Simpson will be back on the street this October. Check out five facts about the case...
A trip to a waterpark with a gun almost got Adolphus Washington killed by the cops
J Cole's "Neighbors" video made a strong point about race but it also confused some fans...
Facebook has a huge database of revenge porn...
Read how this guy went from robbing banks to teaching students!
Read the amazing story of a man who was sentenced to life, until he earned his law degree and represented himself to get the charges dismissed.
An epic battle in Hip-Hop took place today in the halls of congress. Martin Shkreli, the guy who infamously raised the price of Turing Pharmaceuticals’ AIDS drugs 5,000%, sat in front of a congressional panel. Shkreli also copped a one of a kind Wu-Tang Clan album for $2 million and was called to testify in front of a congressional hearing over his antics.
Megaupload.com founder Kim Dotcom may be in international legal trouble, but that hasn't stopped the Internet legend from balling out. You would never be able to recognize that the 42-year-old Internet entrepreneur was "broke” in his new video "Good Life.”
"I'm being prevented from leaving, unjustly, unlawfully, without any logical reason." - Mos Def
El Chapo's sons Ivan Guzman and Alfredo Guzman seem to take pleasure in flaunting the amount of money they're raking in from The Sinaloa Cartel’s drug operations. Both Guzman’s have unverified Twitter accounts that showcase the insane sum of money both of these guys are sitting on.
Those pesky hoverboards of doing more than causing problems at airports and landing people like Mike Tyson on their asses. The popularity of the hoverboards has triggered a lawsuit by the device’s original creators Segway, over the common Hip-Hop term "swag.”
Bill Cosby has been charged with felony counts of assault over a 2004 incident!!!
Young Money boss Lil Wayne got an early Christmas present from his attorneys last week. The law firm of Michael B Kramer & Associates filed papers to dismiss their lawsuit against Lil Wayne over unpaid legal bills.
50 Cent recently filed a lawsuit against his antagonist Rick Ross, over a remix featured on Ross’ “The Renzel Remixes” mixtape. The claim may seem like part of the battle in 50’s larger war with Rick Ross, but there’s more to it. Legally because 50 owns the “50 Cent” trademark, he has a responsibility to defend its misuse. If the rapper did not defend the trademark he could be accused of “Naked Licensing.”
Memphis, Tennessee based record label Stax was forced into bankruptcy this week in December of 1975. The label that once had Otis Redding, The Staple Singers, Isaac Hayes, Booker T. The M.G.s and others was suddenly broke. What happened? Big issues with the business began to surface in May of 1968, when owner Jim Stewart refused to re-sign a distribution deal with Atlantic Records and terminated the agreement after Atlantic was sold to Warner Bros - Seven Arts.
A judge has declared a MISTRIAL in the case of Officer William Porter, one of six cops accused of killing Freddie Gray!
Lightning rod issues like affirmative action, as well as the protests staged by groups like Black Lives Matter, have some white students feeling threatened.
“There is virtually no standard by which the media are holding Mr. Cosby’s accusers. Anyone and everyone who wants to file a suit or get on television can be guaranteed fawning coverage."- Bill Cosby's attorney Marty Singer
Young Jeezy and his lawyers have been busy the past three months – fighting lawsuits. In the past quarter alone (October, November and December), Jeezy has been sued for by an upcoming rapper, as well as gospel legend T.D. Jakes. Well, the rapper can add another allegation of theft to the growing of list of complaints filed against him.
Having to pay off a $28.5 million judgment is a huge task, but as you will see below, fighting the judgements is costing 50 Cent a pretty penny as well. Accountants for the bankruptcy law firm Zeisler & Zeisler are overseeing some of the financial aspects of 50's bankruptcy. The firm recently submitted their invoices to the court in regards to the ongoing case.
50 Cent just filed a motion to restrict public access to his business contracts and investment agreements, about his ongoing bankruptcy case.
The two sex workers who found Lamar Odom choking on his mucus called 911. Had Lamar been with illegal prostitutes in another state, there's no doubt he would have died.
The "Redskins" took two losses this weekend, one on the field in Atlanta, the other in Congress in California.
A few weeks ago, Richard S. Busch, the lawyer who won the verdict for Marvin Gaye's family was a guest lecturer at Loyola. He explained the importance of copyrights to Professor Mark Davis' students.
Attorney Says Violence Follows Chris Brown...Take A Look At A Breakdown Of The Lawsuit
A project between Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Columbia University is attempting to create the technology that will analyze keywords, phrases and even images and videos from rappers and gangs that are posted on public networks.
Drake is finally talking about the shootings at his OVO Fest after-party. On Friday evening, more than 10 days after two people were gunned down in a double homicide that remains unsolved, the rapper broke his silence. In his first statement since the murders, he spoke of the anguish and emotional conflicts he’s experienced.
Two people were killed at an After Party for OVO Fest. According to a new lawsuit, violence is nothing new for Drake or the club that hosted his party.
The disturbing video of the stop and arrest of Sandra Bland highlights once again the excessive and inexcusable use of force by police officers in this country. The 28-year-old’s death in police custody after a routine traffic stop is currently being investigated as a murder.
This is a tale of two legal cases both involving terrible injustice in two separate directions. What the two entertainment giants also have in common is grossly ill-advised legal maneuvering, born of calamitous outsized arrogance and ego, causing catastrophic results.
Rapper 50 Cent may soon learn that even millions of dollars don’t put him above the law. He may think he can dodge paying for a big debt by filing for bankruptcy, but the ploy probably won’t work.