While the ADA does not explicitly list telecommuting as a reasonable accommodation, the EEOC guidelines for disability accommodations under the ADA indicate that allowing employees to work from home is required.
HBO recently kicked of the long-awaited fourth season of Game of Thrones. Yippee! The show’s characters are deep and interesting and they are what makes the show so awesome.
The Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”), on March 31, 2014, announced insider trading charges against two men who allegedly traded on information they overheard from their respective wives.
For small businesses, Yelp is a big deal. Just ask San Francisco’s Hadeed Carpet Clearners, which supposedly lost $2.5 million in revenue due to a couple allegedly fake Yelp reviews. They’re now trying to unmask those anonymous reviewers, so they can have the reviews taken down, and the case is headed all the way to the Virginia Supreme Court.
In its most basic sense, a venue is the place where an event is held. In law, it’s pretty much the same—venue refers to the location of the court where a trial takes place.
Faced with a Congress that seems to be determined to do little or nothing for the remainder of the year, the White House is attempting to do what it can using executive orders to push forward efforts to improve pay equity for women.
Families at all levels of wealth commonly include charitable giving as a part of their estate plans. This is gratifying for the families, and absolutely essential to maintaining and building excellence in so many civic areas, including hospitals, social services, conservation, the arts, and education.
In a case that could have a broad impact on how companies deliver content to consumers, the Supreme Court heard oral argument this week in American Broadcasting Companies, Inc. v. Aereo, Inc. (No. 13-461).
You can sometimes judge the quality of a thing by those who oppose it. In the case of FCC Chairman Wheeler’s plan to allow the sale of “fast lanes” by Internet service providers, we have the usual suspects.
The Environmental Working Group (EWG) is calling on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to halt use of a pesticide commonly applied to conventionally grown apples to limit storage damage until EPA has done further safety studies.