At the risk of reinforcing the notion of lawyers and human resources professionals as being the “no fun” bunch, we offer some practical tips to avoiding the unsuspecting tricks employers may experience after treating employees to Halloween cheer.
When we recommend to our clients that they take advance steps to protect their product from being copied in China, they often push back by using the “first to market” argument.
As the presidential election season enters its final, frenzied phase, it has become readily apparent that which of the two candidates is elected as the new the President of the United States on November 8 will have a monumental impact on the nation’s energy future.
Concerns Over California’s Increased Earthquakes? Landlords and Developers Should Manage Their Risks Now
Most liability insurance policies have provisions stating that the insured has a duty to cooperate with the insurer in the investigation and defense of a claim.
New York’s Election Leave Law requires employers to post a voting leave notice at least ten (10) working days before “every election.”
The Internet of Things gives rise to many risks and exposures that companies and their insurers were not thinking about as recently as a couple years ago, and probably aren’t fully cognizant of today.
International Energy Agency Sees Significant Growth for Renewable Energy in Upcoming World Energy Outlook Report
While Americans witnessed three straight presidential debates with little meaningful discussion about climate change, the rest of the world has been busy chipping away at climate change issues one at a time.
As election day draws near, proposed laws which would permit recreational or medical use of marijuana are on the ballot in nine states.