The Supreme Court released a decision in favor of the death penalty status quo. But the dissent could be enough to open a new door.
The explosive growth of social media has clients facing legal questions that didn’t even exist a few short years ago.
As a mediator, there is always a case that you question yourself as to what you could you could have done differently in order to resolve the matter.
On June 29, 2015, the Environmental Protection Agency (“EPA”) and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (“Corps”) published a final rule defining “waters of the United States.”
Why We Should Expect More Criminal Cases Charging Illegal Coordination Between Campaigns and Super PACs
As Brian Svoboda’s recent post on In the Arena noted, DOJ’s prosecution of Tyler Harber—a campaign finance manager and political consultant from Virginia who pled guilty to violating federal election campaign laws—may signal increased criminal enforcement of the campaign finance laws.
I’ll be posting some short clips of a recent presentation I conducted on complying with California’s paid sick leave law.
The Federal Trade Commission recently outlined what companies should expect if they’re the subject of an investigation involving data security – and one item in particular stood out to us.
Guest post by Draeke Weseman, Weseman Law Office, PLLC
This morning, the Department of Labor’s Wage & Hour Division (WHD) announced its long-awaited proposal to amend the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) Regulations and, in particular, the regulations governing the “white collar” exemption for executive, administrative, and professional employees.