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Joseph Fawbush, Esq.

Joseph Fawbush, Esq.

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Joe Fawbush keeps legal professionals and consumers informed on everyday legal topics. He manages FindLaw's legal blogs, newsletters, and other supporting content. Joe also produces and co-hosts FindLaw’s "Don’t Judge Me" and "5in5" podcasts.

A professional writer and legal marketer for the last decade, Joe has helped hundreds of small and mid-size law firms across the country connect with the right audience. He has represented clients in immigration matters, estate planning, and tax controversies. Joe is a graduate of St. Olaf College and the Mitchell Hamline School of Law. He is licensed in Minnesota.


Latest Articles

  • Supreme Court Roundup

    The U.S. Supreme Court had another monumental term. Some cases involved novel issues for the court, such as the one granting the President immunity from almost all criminal charges. Other rulings, such as Loper Bright Enterprises v. Raimondo, overturned decades of precedent. While some decisions were made on ideological…

  • SCOTUS Gives Broad Criminal Immunity to Presidents

    There is a lot to digest in the Supreme Court's decision in Trump v. United States. Here, we'll summarize the main takeaways before diving into this landmark decision's more granular holdings. The decision hobbles the prosecution against Trump to the extent that it is very much in question if…

  • Statistically Speaking: Accidents and Arrests on the Fourth of July

    The Fourth of July is a great holiday. Cookouts, BBQ, fireworks, and freedom: what could be better? Don't worry; FindLaw isn’t here to be a buzzkill. But we want to warn you about common arrests and accidents on the Fourth of July. Because why celebrate the country’s freedom by…

  • Chicago Lawyer Gets Handcuffed to Chair After Argument With Judge

    There are tough, no-nonsense judges. And then there are judges that dislike your arguments so much they order you removed from the courtroom and handcuff you to a chair. The latter type includes Cook County Circuit Court Judge Kathy Flanagan. On May 7, Judge Flanagan and attorney Brad Schneiderman…

  • SCOTUS Unanimously Rejects Restriction of Abortion Pill Mifepristone

    The Supreme Court issued a unanimous decision Thursday declining to restrict access to mifepristone, an abortion drug. The justices held that the plaintiffs in the case, who neither used the drug nor were forced to prescribe it to patients against their beliefs, did not have standing to bring legal…

  • Hunter Biden Found Guilty, Won't Be Pardoned. Will He Be Incarcerated?

    The criminal sagas of America's leading presidential candidates continue. Hunter Biden was convicted in federal court in Delaware on three felony counts: Two counts of lying on a federal form One count of possessing a gun while using or being addicted to a controlled substance. This is the first…

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