Aereo will finally have its day before the Supreme Court on Tuesday as oral arguments will take place in this closely-watched copyright dispute.
The decision of the Regional Director of Region 13 of the National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”) that scholarship football players at Northwestern University are “employees” under the National Labor Relations Act (“NLRA”) has created an interesting question for all colleges and universities.
The Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act (the “JOBS Act”), designed to stimulate IPO activity in the U.S. is celebrating its second anniversary this month at a time when U.S. IPO activity is at a high since 2000.
They say that tragedy plus time equals comedy. Sometimes that may be true. But when the tragedy is severe enough, tragedy plus time equals tragedy – leading, at best, to reflection.
Research shows that positive reviews on online review sites such as Yelp are actively driving consumer’s buying behaviors. And there’s no surprise that negative reviews have also have an impact.
Many employers have implemented policies and procedures to protect employees from harassment in the electronic work space in an effort to limit liability.
As the Employer Mandate compliance deadline looms for employers under the Affordable Care Act (“ACA”) and employers are closely monitoring employee hours, it is critical that employers take appropriate and lawful steps to record all hours worked by an employee.
The EEOC has recently made policing employers’ use of credit checks on employees a big priority of theres. But, it hasn’t gone well for the commission. It didn’t go well when they sued Kaplan Education for their use of credit checks as a hiring screen—and it really didn’t go well when they decided to appeal the decision.
Ask anyone what they thought the most memorable session of the recent LMA conference was, and I’m sure they’ll tell you, “Kat Cole’s keynote.”