The “sharing economy” is all the rage these days. Seriously—these disruptive apps are causing some people to become very angry.
Like an episode of The West Wing, CMS followed the venerable tradition of announcing “bad news” before the start of a long holiday weekend.
Family lawyer, Amy Rokuson, provides answers to some common questions about going to court for your divorce.
The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) undertook its final official step in imposing a total ban on gas drilling using the method of high-volume hydraulic fracturing (HVHF) through its issuance this week of its “Findings Statement.”
The cruise industry is trying to put the bad news behind it. Cruise lines are announcing more and more cruise ships coming on line.
Equity crowdfunding is a relatively new concept, and governmental regulation is struggling to keep pace with the rapidly changing crowdfunding landscape the world over.
The process of hydraulic fracturing requires millions of gallons of water. Currently, much of this water is pulled from freshwater sources; however, a recent bill in Pennsylvania making its way through the state legislature aims to change that.
The whimsical picture shown above belies the serious matter of many American workers suffering from financial problems.
As a technology law blogger and co-editor of Socially Aware, I monitor emerging developments in information technology.
Teacher Has Certification Suspended for One Year Following Facebook Posts That Ridicule Student’s Name
The issue of disciplining employees for their use, or more accurately, misuse of social media is one that is frequently in the headlines, and this is never more true than when it involves an educator.
Things couldn’t be going much worse for the California State Water Resources Control Board (“Board”).