Q. A friend asked me about the relationship between the world of blogging and the Ohm’s Law. He has a blog that he updates several times a week, and he recently took it over and turned it into a business. Does the law apply to blogs? If so, he wonders, because he is posting something that may give another person cause to sue his company. He wonders if he might run into some issues down the road.
A. Yes, the law does pertain to blogging. In a prior article we provided an example of a case where a technology firm hired an online writer to manage its social media activities. The writer deleted his posts after he was fired, but later the firm discovered that he had posted things illegally. In this case, the writer knew he had to hire a lawyer to protect his rights, but he didn’t do so, and now he faces a myriad of litigation problems.
Q. What is the relation of the Ohm’s Law for online bloggers and the Ohm’s Law for lawyers practicing in real life? Are they somehow related? If not, how is that?
A. The Ohm’s Law refers to the value of an individual lawsuit, which is based on the value of a claim for damages. Lawyers who practice in real life law practice questions and answers about various cases that they are handling in the real world. If there is any question or issue that they feel could be of use to their clients in the real world, they will ask their law school students to write it up, and then they will answer questions about it in law practice questions and answers online.
Q. Is it illegal to do this? The answer is no. Some states have rules about asking law students to do research for potential future clients, but they are generally not enforceable. You may contact the National Association of Legal Assistants for more information on whether or not it is a wise idea.
Q. How many questions do I have to answer today? The number one question you will have to answer from now on is “What is the Law?” You may still need to research some current cases before you can get to the question about your future clients, but at least you’ll be ready when that happens.
Q. Where can I get an ohm’s law practice guide? The internet is full of excellent resources about the law, including law practice questions and answers. In particular, take a look at legal blogs run by lawyers. Many of these sites feature an “answers” area where you can find lots of interesting legal issues. You can also search for blogs run by legal professionals.
Q. Is there a way to avoid having to do research on the internet or to have to hire a research assistant in my law practice? Fortunately, yes! If you do all of your research and legal preparation online, you can be sure you won’t forget anything.
Q. Do online Law Practice Questions and Answers help prepare me for my case? Yes. Good question! Online research helps make sure you don’t forget anything important, and good preparation always helps attorneys win their cases.
Q. Are there really 100 questions on the ohm’s law practice questions pdf website? Not yet, but there are several coming. The goal is to have as many questions answered as possible within a month. Once there are too many, the attorneys will have to hire more affiliates to answer them. Until then, it is very likely that there will be many more Law Practice Questions and Answer pages on the website than the actual questions and answers.