A few months back, President Obama said that if Congress wasn’t willing to work with him then he would find other ways to get work done. Apparently he wasn’t kidding.
Much to my chagrin, I am told that it is my responsibility to pay for the removal of my neighbor’s tree after it fell in my backyard.
The first half of 2015 was an active period for new securities class action lawsuit filings. The filings through the year’s first six months suggest we are on pace for the highest annual number of new filings since 2011.
Taking a Cue from the LGBT Community, EPA Needs to Focus On Creating a Receptive Audience for Its Clean Power Plan
Both Michigan v. EPA and Obergefell v. Hodges demonstrate a key learning about governance in America—context matters as much as, or perhaps more, than legal authority.
On Monday, President Obama signed Trade Promotion Authority (TPA) into law.
1. Will the Courts Uphold the New Expedited Election Rules?
Here’s a scary thought – earlier today, a blog post caught my eye, talking about the “one content marketing question” we should all be asking ourselves.
The Sharing Economy – is the California Uber Ruling Indicative of a Shared Headache for Short Term Rentals?
The sharing economy requires a new look at work relationships. Many of the business models in the sharing economy are based on individuals being creative and entrepreneurial as they seek to provide services to others.
The explosive growth of social media has clients facing legal questions that didn’t even exist a few short years ago.