Google’s changing the Internet again. And not everyone is happy about it.
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We’ve all seen it. The PROMINENTLY PLACED, bold-faced, italicized and sometimes underlined EMPLOYEE HANDBOOK DISCLAIMER.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership Calls for Eliminating Tariffs On “Environmentally Beneficial Products and Technologies”
If approved by Congress, the hotly debated Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade agreement between the United States, Canada, Japan, and nine other Pacific Rim countries, would be the among the largest regional trade treaties in history.
Today, the Sixth Circuit issued a stay of the Clean Water Rule in response to a challenge filed by eighteen states, including Ohio.
No matter how graceful the flow or beautiful the poses may be, the Federal Appeals Court for the Ninth Circuit held that Bikram Choudhury’s sequence known as Bikram Yoga – 26 poses performed in the same order over 90 minutes at temperatures around 100°F – is not within the subject matter of copyright.
The current turmoil in the House of Representatives is the culmination of a dispute that has been festering in Congress since the Class of 2010 was elected.
Marketing has always been an exercise in getting consumers to make a connection with a brand.
One FMLA rule that tends to fly under the radar is the amount of FMLA leave available to married couples who work for the same employer.
There is a psychological concept known as the curse of familiarity or the mere exposure effect.