In a somewhat surprising turn of events in April, King County (the county in which Seattle sits) opted to ban the establishment of any new state-licensed marijuana businesses within its borders.
In the long-running saga of efforts by the State of Washington and the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation to attach CERCLA liability to a smelter in British Columbia, the smelter owner, Teck Industries, won a significant ruling.
The internet has revolutionized the hospitality and service industry.
In less than one week, on August 1, U.S. companies may begin to submit self-certifications to the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield framework at www.privacyshield.gov.
DOJ announced today an extension to October 7, 2016 for the public to submit comments on the SANPRM for state and local government websites.
In the latest efforts to improve player safety, the NFL and National Football League Players Association (NFLPA) have announced an agreement to implement specific penalties for violations of the league’s game-day concussion protocol.
I know we promised to take August off, but I was inspired by the flap over the DNC hack and the fact that I’m at the Aspen Homeland Security Working Group meeting in Colorado.
When it comes to education law, Shipman & Goodwin knows what they’re talking about. With their blog, they’re just able to get that message out that much faster.
The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and most states permit restaurants to pay tipped employees a tip-credit rate, an amount less than the minimum wage with the expectation that tips will make up the difference.
The 2016 Summer Olympics will officially* begin in eight days.