We are often asked what, if anything, employers should tell an employee about the reasons for the employee’s termination, especially if the termination is abrupt.
It seems like employment lawyers are saying it every day, but it’s a cliche because it needs to be said: Consistency is a virtue. And also what will save you in employment law.
Addressing Climate Change in SEC Filings and Other Public Disclosures: What These Disclosures Mean for Businesses
Regulatory agencies are focusing on required climate change-related disclosures in securities filings and other public disclosures, seeking to ensure not only that such disclosures are made, but also that they are supported by adequate evidence, consistent with other public statements, and sufficiently specific with respect to the disclosing entity’s business.
Last Thursday, the Association for Corporate Growth hosted a talk in Dallas about deals that result in a lawsuit or arbitration.
Monday Morning Regulatory Review: Immigration Executive Action Petition; Electric MATS Appropriate and Necessary Finding; Pollutant Good Neighbors; More
The Administration, unsurprisingly but nonetheless most significantly, petitioned the United States Supreme Court (SCOTUS) to review the continuing preliminary injunction against part of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) not-a-regulation immigration executive action.
The USGBC’s annual Greenbuild International Conference and Expo in Washington, DC wrapped up last Friday and the question I have most been asked about Greenbuild is, “what was the highlight?”
On November 20, Alaska’s Marijuana Control Board voted to allow consumption of marijuana at licensed retail stores.
Adele’s New Record is Not On Online Streaming Services – Except Where It is: The Difference Between Interactive and Noninteractive Streaming
Adele’s decision to not stream her new CD “25” on services like Apple Music and Spotify has been the talk of the entertainment press pages – like this article from the New York Times.
A while back I got an email from a veteran China consultant I have known for a long time. Very prominent and very good at what he does.
The Georgia Secretary of State acknowledged that last month his office improperly disclosed social security numbers and other private information for more than 6,000,000 registered voters in Atlanta due to a “clerical error.”