Three years ago, we launched Law Jobs: By the Numbers, an interactive online tool that gives prospective law students the most transparent and complete law school employment rate…
Senators Push for President Obama to Issue Executive Order Providing Federal Contractor Preference to “Model Employers”
On May 15, 2015, a group of Democratic Senators sent a letter (available here) to President Obama, urging him to provide incentives to federal contractors to become what they call “model employers.”
Almost all of the more than 3,000 bilateral investment treaties (BITs) in existence offer foreign investors the protection of “fair and equitable treatment” under international law. India’s new draft model BIT does not.
Most flood control projects require environmental review triggered by a federal, state, or local agency permit or decision.
Depending on where you are in the world, you may have heard about the kerfuffle around Johnny Depp’s dogs in Australia. The lesson learned? Even movie stars need to be aware of pet policies across borders.
Last week, Assistant Attorney General Leslie R. Caldwell, speaking at the New York City Bar’s fourth annual White Collar Crime Institute in Manhattan, candidly expressed what the government is looking for from companies wanting credit for cooperating in criminal investigations.
Well, the state Senate passed a measure that would restrict Hazlewood recipients to veterans who served six years or longer. That means the average veteran who does his or her 3 years and leaves would not qualify.
Many automotive suppliers do not consider themselves federal government contractors because they only sell goods and services to the major OEMs and not directly to the federal government.
Monday Morning Regulatory Review:: Snakes in the Interior; Traditional Waters of the United States; Retirement Account Fiduciary Standards
A most interesting opinion from the United States District Court for the District of Columbia preliminarily enjoined the Department of the Interior (DOI) from enforcing regulations that prohibited the interstate transportation of two species of reptiles found to be “injurious” under the Lacey Act.
Summer is right around the corner, and that means summer camps and programs are soon to be in session.