Happy 20th Birthday, FMLA! On February 5, 1993, President Bill Clinton signed the Family and Medical Leave Act, making it the very first piece of legislation he signed into law as President.
Application to U.S. Supreme Court Challenging NLRB Recess Appointments Rejected by Justice Ginsburg; Referral to Justice Scalia Sought
Attorneys for a Connecticut nursing home company are attempting to have an application challenging the constitutionality of President Obama’s recess appointments to the National Labor Relations Board referred to Justice Scalia after it was rejected yesterday by Justice Ginsburg, acting in her capacity as the Circuit Justice for the Second Circuit.
As I set out in my last blog post, “Who is Demanding BYOD?“, the demand for bringing your own device to work may come from all corners and levels of the company. In this post, I set out the benefits of BYOD.
Ray Lewis’s retirement has made for an interesting time to be a criminal defense lawyer. Many of us who defend people for a living lead two lives.
As explained in an earlier post, the 2010 health care reform law requires health plans to provide women’s preventive care and services without cost sharing. Regulations issued August 1, 2011 included all FDA-approved contraception for women in the definition of women’s preventive care and services. That includes abortion and abortifacient drugs (like the so-called “morning-after” pill).
In 2006, Alaskan citizens sent a clear message to the cruise industry that cruise ships could not treat the beautiful waters of Alaska like a toilet.
With the explosive growth of social media, consumers increasingly expect to be able to interact online with the companies from which they buy goods and services.
An indictment returned on January 24, 2013, in the Northern District of Illinois charges attorney Warren Ballentine with bank, mail and wire fraud. The indictment appears to be connected to several recent indictment/convictions and plea agreements.