Without worrying about being reelected, President Obama has made some bold and controversial choices in the back half of his presidency. And the latest EPA move is no exception.
Yesterday evening I get into a discussion with some Internet experts regarding the merits of blogs versus labeling areas of a website a blog. The point being a blog is an independent publication preferably focused on a niche.
A new app expected to launch in November is generating a lot of mostly negative buzz following a recent story published in The Washington Post.
Stuart Kaplow took over a successful blog two years ago. Since then it’s only gotten bigger.
Fans of this blog (or, at least, readers of this blog who are fans of Jeopardy) will no doubt remember Alan’s prior post, published a few weeks ago, and discussing a recent case that FINRA’s Department of Enforcement brought against one of our clients.
Young v. UPS is ovah!
Yesterday was another landmark day in Oregon cannabis.
Further crystalizing the Board’s efforts to expand the definition of “employee” under the NLRA, the Board recently reversed an ALJ’s decision, holding that canvassers for a non-profit organization were employees, not independent contractors.
It bears mentioning when one of the world’s most famous brands releases one of the world’s most prominent and readable privacy policies.
If the AARP can’t win summary judgment in an age discrimination case, then who can?
The difference between pricing legal work the way law firms have always done it and strategic pricing is simple.