We continue our Friday round-up of what is newest, best and brightest at FindLaw.com. Below, you will find this week’s offerings from various areas of FindLaw’s unique content, including: core legal content, blogs, news and case law. Take a look at what’s new:

Legal Blogs

  • Legal to Ban Children from Your Business?: A restaurant in Pennsylvania made headlines this week with its ban on children under the age of 6. There are some business drawbacks to banning kids, sure. But, are there any upsides? Is it legal to have such a ban? FindLaw’s Free Enterprise breaks down the legalities.

  • Top 5 Legal Reasons to Stay Married: Love is not always sunshine and roses. Many marriages often lead to bitter disputes, and unfortunately, divorce. But, for those who don’t necessarily want to call it quits, FindLaw’s Law & Daily Life looks at some top legal reasons to stay married and not get divorced.
  • Legal for Cops to Use iPhone Facial Recognition?: Police can soon use their iPhones for facial recognition software, which has led many to wonder about whether or not facial recognition software is legal without a warrant. The new device attaches onto the humble smartphone, or in this instance, is easily attachable to an iPhone. Police officers can take a picture of the suspect, or scan the suspect’s eyes. The image is then compared to a criminal database. FindLaw Blotter asks if this newfangled technology actually an invasion of privacy, and does it require some sort of search warrant.

Core Content

  • Information found on popular social networking sites has given divorce lawyers new tools in their divorce toolkits. Find out how Facebook and other sites are changing the legal landscape in divorce and child custody cases, and what you can do to protect yourself in the event of a
    Facebook divorce.

— Compiled by Adam Ramirez, FindLaw Audience Team

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