The rules on corporate contributions to Super PACs were made clearer today when the Federal Election Commission (FEC) released its finding that Chevron Corporation’s $2.5 million contribution in 2012 to the Congressional Leadership Fund (a Super PAC) had not violated the bar on government contractors making contributions in federal elections.
The recent Detroit Free Press article about conversion of the Detroit Public Water Department to a private entity reviews the potential that the system will be sold.
Navigating the Overlap Between President Obama’s “Equal Pay” Orders for Federal Contractors and the NLRA
On April 8, 2014, President Obama signed an Executive Order directing the Department of Labor (“DOL”) to propose new regulations and rules to prohibit Federal contractors from discriminating against employees for inquiring, discussing or disclosing their compensation, or the compensation of other employees.
A conversation on education wrapped up the panel sessions Thursday during the LBJ Presidential Library Civil Rights Summit in Austin.
On April 8, 2014, Senate Democrats introduced a bill that addresses a laundry list of frequent criticisms by federal and state regulators of the consumer reporting industry.
Speakers for the Civil Rights Summit panel titled “Heroes of the Civil Rights Movement: Views From the Front Line” stressed the importance of looking to the future.
Association of Corporate Counsel Webcast: Preview of the 2014 State Attorney General Elections
On April 6, 1789, the U.S. Senate began its work at Federal Hall in New York City. One of the first orders of business was to elect an Irish immigrant, James Mathers, to the post of Doorkeeper.
Recent articles and postings not only highlight the continuing focus on sexual assault cases on college campuses by the victims of those assaults, but also on the threat of litigation by those accused of the assaults.
Indiana closed its second availability payment-based P3 project, the I-69 Section 5 project. ”Section 5″ is the fifth of six planned sections to link Evansville, Indiana with Indianapolis.