Bitcoin is known for being volatile and hard to predict. Unsurprisingly, its legal definition is no different.
Judge Rakoff Rules That Uber’s Customer Arbitration Clause is Not Conspicuous Enough to Be Enforceable
In an opinion today, Judge Rakoff denied a motion to compel arbitration of antitrust claims against Uber’s CEO because he found that the arbitration clause was too concealed for the plaintiff to have reasonably agreed to it.
Employers in union settings know that they generally cannot make changes to their employees’ wages, hours and other terms and conditions of employment without first negotiating to impasse with the union.
Seattle, Washington, where I practice, is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the U.S. Its natural beauty and cosmopolitan vibe are two of its biggest attractions.
Every lawyer knows what it’s like to pursue a prospect and then have that live lead go dead.
A workplace of any significant size is bound to be full of individuals who are a little off the beaten path, so to speak.
Both Washington and Oregon’s medical marijuana programs have undergone significant changes in the last few months as they phase-in legislation meant to harmonize their state-legal medical and recreational systems.
Earlier this year, the US Department of Justice announced a one-year pilot program under which US corporations could mitigate their own liability for violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) by voluntarily self-disclosing FCPA violations within their organization, in addition to fully cooperating with DOJ investigations and taking steps to remediate any misconduct.
Well, Gretchen is out, Roger is out, and Megyn is in. Your Magic 8-Ball is here to answer the sexual harassment questions that employers are dying to ask.
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.