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.
Today’s Friday’s Five article is a bit different in that it focuses on the attorney – client relationship.
In law school, everybody learns the adage that hard cases make bad law. When it comes to the Federal Trade Commission, a better aphorism might be, “easy cases make new law.”
This week’s grant of certiorari in Gomez presents the possibility for major changes in the defense of class actions involving relatively small individual damages.
Found this at a great blog (pirated thoughts), which features all sorts of exciting developments in the world of comic book trademark law.
Scandal roiled the banking industry Wednesday as four of the world’s largest banks — Citigroup, JPMorgan Chase, Barclays and Royal Bank of Scotland — pleaded guilty to federal antitrust violations for conspiring to manipulate foreign-currency markets over the course of several years.
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.