Legal Lately: Top legal news for the week ending April 18, 2014

Legal Lately is Robert Half Legal's weekly offering of legal news and trends* of interest that impact the field today. This week, TSA officers should demonstrate more care, a teacher chooses true friendship over her job, copyright infringement causes turmoil for a major Internet radio company, and more.

  • TSA officers can be sued over baggage search. (The Legal Intelligencer)
  • In a speech by a retired U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice, he tells new lawyers, “Don't bend the rules.Read more. (Daily Report)
  • True friendship transcends social media…a teacher loses her job for refusing to unfriend a student. (Corporate Counsel)
  • Employment discrimination suits are in a downward trend. (Corporate Counsel)
  • Copyright infringement takes center stage in major record labels' suit against Internet radio giant Pandora. (ABC News)

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