Although it is unclear when autonomous vehicles will be hitting the roads, what is clear is that this technology is coming. Automakers to suppliers to lawmakers to insurers will want to carefully consider the following issues and their legal implications before consumers take this technology for a spin.
It’s big news when a storied sports franchise loses its identity.
Candlelight, loud music, and the chance for a potential celebrity sighting – it sounds a bit like a nightclub, or at the very least a trendy bar. While all of the above are nightlife commonalities, they are also a key factor in the success of SoulCycle – an intense, full-body workout done on a stationary bike.
Washington State Supreme Court Considering Case Challenging Local Bans On State-Licensed Marijuana Businesses
In 2014, bans and moratoria on state-licensed marijuana businesses by local governments in Washington have emerged as a significant threat to the complete implementation of I-502.
Just today we wrote about obesity in the context of “corporate wellness” programs. Now comes a long-awaited ruling on obesity by the European Court of Justice – the EU’s highest court.
Over the next few weeks, office holiday parties will invade restaurants, bars, and conference rooms across the nation.
Late last week, a Special Report on Rape and Sexual Assault Victimization Among College-Age Females (“Report”), for the period 1995-2013, was issued.
Where most legal blogs shy away from a personal angle, Karen Koehler’s The Velvet Hammer flourishes. The blog mixes pictures and experiences from Koehler with top notch legal posts, bringing a human angle that few blogs are able to achieve. She ensures that not only is the content accessible and fun but it’s interesting and informative.
“The boss thinks you should lose a few pounds.”
Stories about lean in legal service delivery typically focus on cost. This is understandable, since most people think of lean as a way to cut costs.