FEDERAL AND STATE CASES, STATUTES, AND REGULATIONS
LII/Legal Information Institute
This website is maintained by the Cornell University Law School. You will be able to find here the federal and state statutes, regulations, and the U.S. Supreme Court decisions.
This is a consumer-friendly website that provides access to state and federal statutes and hosts over 2,000 legal blogs. Justia also allows consumers search for local attorneys and ask questions online and seek answers from attorneys.
This website is one of the most comprehensive websites publishing the U.S. Supreme Court’s decisions. You will able to find some information about the U.S. Supreme Court’s justices, read about the current cases and issues before the U.S. Supreme Court, and listen to some of the oral arguments.
The ABA Journal
The ABA Journal is the magazine of the American Bar Association. It provides important national legal news and analysis for current developments.
Wall Street Journal Law Blog
This website is useful for both the business and consumer communities. The Wall Street Journal’s legal blog often covers the latest legal news and analysis from around the U.S.
U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)
This is a must review website for information on employment discrimination laws and filing processes. Although this website covers employment-related issues on a national level, many states, such as Illinois and Wisconsin, follow and often cite the EEOC’s regulations in interpretation of their respective laws.
U.S. Department of Labor
Learn about federal labor laws like the Family and Medical Leave Act, minimum wage and overtime rules, workplace safety regulations (OSHA), and much more.
State Government Labor Offices
A list of contact information and website links for the state government labor offices in all 50 states and the District of Columbia (from the U.S. Department of Labor).
Nolo’s Employment Law and HR Section
This website is tailors for small business owners and human resources professionals.
Small Business Administration
This popular website provides resources for small business owners that include the information and guides about the business practices, financing options, hiring and management of staff.
Employment Law Information Network
This website if tailored to employment law practitioners looking for the information about the employment issues, sample employment policies, contracts, news, etc.
Privacy Rights Clearinghouse
This website provides information about workplace privacy and background checks.
This website is maintained by a non-profit group and is dedicated to providing the national and state-specific information about protection of employees’ rights.
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