Although a no-brainer when it comes to contemplating divorce, it’s remarkable how often couples forget about old bank accounts they thought had been emptied and closed, but turn out to be active and full of money.
The always-good Richard Susskind gave the afternoon keynote at Clio Cloud Conference 9 and, by all accounts, this session really resonated with the packed room as he spoke on the future of the legal profession and the changing expectations of clients. Here’s what people on hand were saying.
This space has thoroughly explored the various forms of civil liability food companies face for the mislabeling and/or deceptive marketing of their products.
EEOC’s Changed Conception of Pregnancy Spawns New Litigation — and Important Reminders for Employers
What is the state of poverty, in this 50th anniversary of the War on Poverty? According to Census Bureau figures released last week, and to the surprise of some experts, following increases in poverty due to the Great Recession, the poverty rate finally began to fall in 2013, year four of the economic recovery.
Evidence that the human race is not yet won, as a former colleague used to say, is coming in the windows. From murder in the name of religion, to widespread crime, greed, and violence, to the bottoming of popular culture, it’s pretty clear that this is not mankind’s finest hour. But enough about mankind, generally speaking.
Regardless of your perspective on the subject, expect significantly increasing media and public attention around climate change and greenhouse gas emissions this week.
If you think Edward Snowden and Glenn Greenwald have stopped attacking NSA, you haven’t been following them closely enough.
The NFL just can’t catch a break this week. Forty retired football players sacked the NFL with lawsuits, alleging injury as a result of the NFL’s unauthorized use of their identities.
So here’s a thing. Last week Marshall Miller, the No. 2 official in the Justice Department’s Criminal Division, made a speech urging corporations to focus its investigations into misconduct on individual malefactors and assist the government in bringing them to justice, as it were.