When businesses set out to safeguard “personal information,” a fundamental consideration is what that term means.
The fiery debate over the employment status of and protections afforded to unpaid interns is alive and well! It appears that Congress is continuing the trend of providing additional workplace protections to unpaid interns.
We’ve talked a lot about networking here at Zen, and covered a lot of the traditional ideas.
Earlier this year, in Mandatory Paid Sick Leave — What In-House Counsel and Employers Need to Know, I previewed some of the requirements of the Massachusetts Earned Sick Time Law.
Those of you following the controversial recent revisions to the National Labor Relations Board’s union election rules know that those rules went into effect in April of this year, over a Congressional disapproval resolution.
The nation of Kenya was gripped by a palpable sense of excitement and outsized expectations prior to President Obama’s arrival on Friday, July 24.
It has been a tumultuous year for copyright owners.
They say blogging is a conversation—and no one knows that better than Dan Harris.
Who says law review notes don’t matter? A new decision proves that what students write in law journals can matter a great deal.
When Michael B. Rynowecer, president of BTI Consulting Group, talks about the importance of your brand, he doesn’t mean your logo.