A New York consulting firm recently conducted a survey and found that eight of the top 10 companies that no longer provided extraordinary support for their products and services for technology companies.
In a ruling on December 19, 2014, in EEOC v. Global Horizons, Inc., Case No. 11-CV-257 (D. Haw. Dec. 19, 2014), Judge Leslie Kobayashi of the U.S. District Court for the District of Hawaii entered a default judgment of $8.7 million in the EEOC’s favor against two essentially defunct businesses. While the Court entered the default without any opposition from the defaulted businesses, it is the biggest EEOC judgment of 2014.
On April 14, 2007, Antonia Corapi went to a party at an indoor sports facility called Sports Underdome in Mount Vernon.
A third class action lawsuit was filed against Sony on Wednesday – two others were filed earlier this week – which claims the company didn’t protect employee information from being exposed in the hacking breach.
How often have you utilized Google and discovered the ideal picture or photo? As enticing as it is to duplicate and glue that picture and maybe even control it for your reasons, you have to consider copyright law before doing so.
LXBN TV: NLRB Rules Companies Can’t Ban Employees from Using Work Email for Union-Related Activities
In a decision that is garnering a lot of attenting from employment law attorneys, the NLRB set a new precedent on whether or not companies can ban their workers from using work email for union-related communications. The answer, now, is a firm ‘nope.’
Just in time for the holidays, the National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”) and the U.S. Department of Labor (“DOL”) have delivered additional workplace protections for workers and prospective unions this month. Whether those government agencies are viewed as Santa or the Grinch coming down workplace chimneys depends upon one’s perspective.
Top Questions and Answers in regards to the December 17, 2014 announcement by President Obama stating the U.S. will lay out “a new course in our relations with Cuba.”
Philip Thomas’ blog started with a simple goal: a way to raise his profile without going to the networking events. A self-described “introvert,” Thomas knows that networking lunches and receptions aren’t the key for him, but he needed to connect to the legal community.