Drivers are spending more time on the road than ever before. Self-driving cars could help lift some of that burden later this year—but are lawmakers ready for that?
Fearmongering is a time-honored tradition in U.S. politics. So is lobbying.
As Facebook continues to evolve and mature, some of its decisions lead to significant repercussions for organizations building apps linking to the Facebook platform.
Seventy million American adults have an arrest or conviction record. The resulting economic impact to families and communities is devastating.
On April 29, 2015, the Cybersecurity Unit in the Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section (CCIPS) of the U.S. Department of Justice released a best practices document (Document) for victims of cyber incidents.
“Let’s just grab an Uber or a Lyft.” For many, this statement is fast becoming as unremarkable and ubiquitous as “Let’s grab a cup of coffee.”
Inappropriate interview questions create a risk of discrimination claims under various state and federal anti-discrimination laws.
A couple of weeks ago I expressed skepticism about the ultimate impact of Judge Rakoff’s recent opinion in SEC v. Payton.
So you’re tweeting and blogging up a storm. Where’s the return on investment?
Our blog post last week raised a question about whistleblowers that we think is worth addressing: What exactly constitutes “retaliation” against a whistleblower employee?
The approach in the United States to modernizing energy markets has entailed an “all of the above strategy”—a combination of retiring coal plants and supplanting “dirty” carbon intensive fuels with natural gas and renewable energy sources of power.