A few months back, President Obama said that if Congress wasn’t willing to work with him then he would find other ways to get work done. Apparently he wasn’t kidding.
I haven’t yet turned to a life of crime, so far be it from me to criticize actual criminals’ profit-maximizing strategies.
Th Supreme Court’s nationwide legalization of same-sex marriage was the conclusion of a long and hard-fought fight. But while the fight has reached its conclusion, there’s a lot ahead on the road to equal rights for LGBT individuals.
On June 30, the United States, together with its partners in the P5+1, the EU and Iran, agreed to a seven day extension of the Joint Plan of Action (JPOA), which currently halts progress on Iran’s nuclear program in order to continue negotiations towards establishing a comprehensive and enduring solution.
U.S. Supreme Court Grants to Hear Case On Constitutionality of Fair Share Fees for Public-sector Unions
In what looks to be an ominous development for public-sector unions, the United States Supreme Court, on June 30, 2015, granted a petition for certiorari by the plaintiffs in Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association.
Yesterday the FTC released a guide for businesses based on lessons learned from the more than 50 reported FTC enforcement actions.
Google has been considering a new search ranking algorithm that factors in trustworthiness, according to a report released by the company this past winter.
In our blog post on May 22, 2015, we discussed traps that unwary employers must avoid when the Earned Sick Time law, or “EST law” for short, becomes effective on July 1.
As tensions between Cuba and the United States continue to thaw, President Obama made a historic announcement today – the U.S. and Cuba will reopen embassies in each other’s capitals.
Summertime is here. Time for road trips and car games. My kids like to play the name game in full “banana-fana” glory.