Marriage, divorce, and custody troubles according to Fleishman Is in Trouble

Fleishman Is in Trouble is a limited miniseries made for family law attorneys’ binge-watching pleasure. And binge-watch we did. This insightful divorce dramedy has some sharp things to say about marriage, divorce, and child custody issues. The series and the novel it was based on were written by journalist Taffy Brodesser-Akner, who skillfully deployed shifting perspectives in telling the tale of a once-happy marriage gone sour.

Fathering many children with different women can result in many problems

Many parents would tell you that raising kids is a full-time job that requires full-time pay, medical benefits, and paid holidays. One study even found that being a mother is like having 2.5 full-time jobs. Do you know who would agree? Mothers.

On the other hand, there are at least nine scientific findings about how being an active father impacts a man’s success.

In these parts of the world, they divorced differently

When life has you feeling a little blue, take comfort in knowing that your state more or less got it right when crafting its divorce laws. Here in Washington State, we have access to all the resources necessary for those considering splitting up. But more than just having comprehensive legal systems and protections available, let's be thankful that these things exist at all.

False advertisers beware: These multimillion companies were sued because of greenwashing

There are a lot of companies out there that like to talk about their commitment to sustainability and being environmentally friendly. However, not all of these companies actually walk the walk. In fact, some have been caught greenwashing, which is when a company tries to make themselves look more environmentally responsible than they actually are.

How to protect your company from a lawsuit tip #3: Do not fire employees because they won’t go out for end-of-workday drinks

Are you someone who is NOT fun in the office? If so, this one’s for you.

You are probably someone who clocks in at 9:00 a.m., does their job, and clocks out at 5:00 p.m. sharp. You are probably the kind of person that your colleagues often describe as someone who “likes to keep to themselves” as a euphemism for “gloomy misanthrope.

Don’t be misled: What you need to know about lawsuits involving false advertising

You may have heard about the lawsuit against Coca-Cola that alleges the company's Vitaminwater products' supposed health benefits are "misleading" and that, therefore, marketing them as "healthy" is illegal. How about the one in which disappointed movie fans sued Universal Studios for falsely advertising the movie Yesterday as featuring the actress Ana de Armas who appeared in the trailer but was nowhere to be found in the film?

It's an unfortunate truth that companies today must always be aware of any potential legal repercussions if they don't make certain their labels are doing exactly what they promise.