The startup, which was funded last month by Google Ventures and is currently housed in the incubator at the GooglePlex, is a Q&A site that aims to connect businesses seeking legal advice with attorneys seeking clients.
Two foreclosure middlemen, LPS Default Solutions and Prommis Solutions, are accused of illegally paying non-attorneys to practice law so banks and law firms could save on document filing costs. It's more than a money issue -- the errors these rushed non-attorneys are making may lead to another messy stage of the mortgage meltdown.
Supreme Court Justices challenged arguments from lawyers trying to keep private signatures on a petition to repeal a Washington domestic-partners law. Also in this roundup of legal news: The first genetic discrimination suit and Wal-Mart's settlement of wage charges.