Montgomery Ward® started in 1872 as a dry goods mail order business. In 1981, the tradename “Montgomery Ward” was also associated with the following goods and services: “Retail Department Store and Mail Order Services,” claiming priority to a “First Use in Commerce: in 1872.
The Supreme Court of the United States agrees to hear—“grants certiorari”—very few cases. Because of this, the maxim has developed that ““it’s a long, long way to certiorari,” a variation of the British music hall song, “It’s a Long Way to Tipperary.”
Valentine’s Day is upon us, and companies are experiencing workplace romance at its finest, which is why it is a good time to consider updating or implementing office romance policies.
Sometimes (often?) lawyers get caught up in impersonal debates over legal doctrine — it goes with the turf. But real people are involved and it is valuable to get a dose of the personal - irrespective of the laws’ ”logic.”
With the FCC’s blessing and help from the wireless industry, two L.A.-area TV stations set to temporarily cohabit a channel.
Will Your New Gold, Silver, or Bronze Health Plan Cover Your Care if You Travel to Sochi for the Winter Olympic Games?
Snowboarders flying down halfpipes. Bobsledders careening down tracks. Goalies making glove saves. Those are just a few of the spectacles to be seen at the 22nd Winter Olympic Games.
Hunka Hunka Burning Love – How Employers Stop the Heartburn of Workplace Romances and Avoid Litigation
With Valentine’s Day approaching, it is a good time to remind employers that dear old Cupid is alive and well, and strutting his stuff in the workplace.
Along with many others, I spent some nine years working on the development of the nation’s digital television standard, one which notably made HDTV and standard definition multi-casting possible.