It took about two months after the Supreme Court decision, but same-sex marriage issues are back in the news cycle. And they’ve had quite a cycle this week.
September is National Food Safety Education Month and this year, the Partnership for Food Safety Education, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and Food and Drug Administration are trying to debunk some common myths about keeping food safe in the refrigerator.
A startup’s failure to properly protect its intellectual property (IP) prior to presenting its pitch deck or making other outside disclosures (like at @TechweekKC) can sometimes have unintentionally devastating effects.
Given the increasing availability and use of medical marijuana in British Columbia, employers are often faced balancing the need to ensure a safe workplace and an employee’s right to legitimate medical treatment.
If you tuned in to my appearance a few months ago on Bloomberg Law Radio, you heard me bemoaning our legal system’s failure to catch up with the gig economy.
On June 26, 2015, a few hours after the United States Supreme Court made its legendary decision to legalize same-sex marriage, many marriage clerk offices in Alabama, Texas, Arkansas, Mississippi, Louisiana and Kentucky, better known as the “Bible Belt states,” closed their doors and refused to issue any marriage licenses.
In previous posts, we have explored several aspects of internet defamation – including suing anonymous internet and twitter users and the protections afforded to internet users and providers for re-publishing content under the Communications Decency Act.
The title of your post is your opening line in a conversation.
The United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit ruled Monday that moving emails from an inbox to deleted items is not sufficient to establish Obstruction of Justice under 18 U.S.C. § 1519.
Federal Judge Grants Preliminary Injunction Blocking the Obama Administration’s New Clean Water Rule from Taking Effect
On August 27, 2015, the US District Court for the District of North Dakota issued a preliminary injunction against implementation of the Clean Water Rule (the Final Rule).