Wednesday brought a new Supreme Court decision that sided with a pregnant employee, and allows her to have her day in court. In some ways though, it’s surprising that she’d even still need the lawsuit.
It happens every year: I read a decision from a federal judge about the federal Fair Labor Standards Act and shake my head that it actually took litigation to resolve such an obvious question.
The media is currently abuzz about the inadequacy of lab testing for marijuana and marijuana infused products, which once again raises a critical issue for business owners: lawsuits.
Texas Court Puts a Halt On DOL Enforcement of the New FMLA Rule Extending Leave Rights to Same-Sex Couples
A federal judge in Texas granted an injunction on Thursday that (for the time being) has stopped enforcement of the DOL’s final rule regarding the definition of spouse.
The Federal Communications Commission has fined a television station $325,000 for allegedly broadcasting “extremely graphic and explicit sexual material”, i.e., indecent material.
Three times was too many for Miami Heat star Dwayne Wade’s ex-wife. Four years ago, an Illinois court entered a 102-page (!) judgment after a 38-day (!) trial, detailing D-Wade and his ex-wife’s custody and timesharing arrangements.
This week the Court of Justice of the European Union (‘CJEU’) heard a case that could destabilise data flows between the US and EU under the EU-US Safe Harbor Decision.
Legal Fallout from the West Coast Ports Labor Dispute (or, How to Take Risk into Account in Supply Chain Contracts) (or, We Like Meaty Meat)
Although the West Coast Ports labor dispute has more or less resolved, the consequences continue to be felt across supply chains both in the U.S. and internationally.
“Drones are here to stay, and to me that’s a very good thing.”
Less than one week after the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) released its Final Rule governing hydraulic fracturing practices on federal lands, North Dakota will proceed to explore the state’s legal options for challenging the new regulations.