A recent class action lawsuit filed on behalf of thousands of homeowners in New York against Wells Fargo alleges that while the bank received $25 billion in government bailout funds it failed to make a good faith effort to help borrowers avoid foreclosure in compliance with the federal government’s Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP).
As Bob Dylan once said, the times, they are a-changin’. And it was only a matter of time before all that change reached the legal industry.
California’s Paid Sick Leave: How to Calculate Pay for Part-time Employees, Alternative Work Schedules and Employees Who Receive Fluctuating Pay
As the July 1 deadline for employees to begin accruing paid sick leave, employers are wrestling with some of the ambiguities created by the law.
Is that “random” drug test selection really random?
Christine Kingston got where she is today by staying focused. And now her blog has done the same.
For more than a decade, fossil fuel supporters have insisted that new clean energy technologies like wind and solar are far “too expensive” to replace our traditional fossil fuel dominated energy industries.
Gucci, Yves Saint Laurent, Puma, and other brands owned by the French company Kering SA filed a lawsuit last week in New York, alleging that the Chinese online giant Alibaba Group knowingly let counterfeit goods be advertised and sold on its website to United States customers.
Battles continue to wage over use of the “Navajo” and “Navaho” marks in New Mexico federal court. The Navajo Nation (“the Nation”) sued Urban Outfitters and its subsidiaries, including one of my favorite retailers, Anthropologie, (collectively “Urban Outfitters”) in 2012.
Operators will likely refrac more oil and gas wells this year and further accelerate such activity in 2016.
“No one would surrender to the Dread Pirate Westley.” – Westley, The Princess Bride