Super Bowl Sunday is about much more than football. In fact, when many people think about the Super Bowl, they think about the mouth-watering appetizers, delicious buffalo wings, and spicy chili that they will enjoy with their friends.
In the wake of Target closing its Canadian doors this month, we have had some of our employer clients asking about the pros and cons of working notice.
We understand that when a lawyer tells you that your case is work “X” dollars, you feel relieved to finally have an answer.
I had the honor of participating in a wonderful program at Michigan State Law School on Friday afternoon.
Almost every serious professional probably has a website but not every professional has a blog. In fact, a small percentage of professionals blog. An even smaller percentage blog well. Therein lies the competitive advantage…
Last week the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey dismissed, with prejudice, class action claims against Google and Viacom concerning targeted advertising and the online tracking of children through cookies.
The Second Circuit heard arguments this morning in two cases that raise critical issues for the fate of internships in for-profit businesses: Fox Searchlight’s appeal of the decision granting summary judgment and class certification to interns who worked on film productions, and the appeal by former Hearst Corporation interns whose motion for class certification was denied.
Proposed Rule Would Give Federal Contractors a New Way to Report Agency Mismanagement and Misconduct
The U.S. oil and gas industry has been transformed over the past few years by development of new shale resources.
Another Message to the EEOC On Wellness Plans: Targeting Incentives is Inconsistent with the Affordable Care Act
On January 29, 2015, the U.S. Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor & Pensions held a hearing on employer wellness plans.