In the past, we’ve explained the DOL’s test for whether employers must pay their interns. Put simply, public employers and qualifying not-for-profit entities do not have to pay their interns.
James Brown died nearly eight years ago at the age of 73. Brow left an estate widely estimated to be worth anywhere from $5 million to over $100 million that’s been at the center of litigation for the last eight years — in spite of the carefully crafted estate plan he put in place prior to his death.
There is an often-overlooked aspect of marketing that can be considered a distant relative. Public relations, also referred to as PR, is this sometimes forgotten but very important component of marketing promotions.
Ahh, the holidays! A time for giving, a time for sharing, a time for family and a time to worry about data security.
A common disclaimer supplied by public health officials while in the midst of a foodborne illness outbreak investigation goes something like this: “We’re doing our best to find the food source of the outbreak, but it’s important to remember that the majority of outbreaks are never traced back to a source.”
There’s been some good news in the women-in-law category over the last few years. For years, women hovered in the range of 15%-18% of partners in most law firms.
As we previously reported, OFCCP published the Executive Order 13672 Final Regulations regarding sexual orientation and gender identity discrimination on December 9, 2014 without the public notice and comment period typically required by the Administrative Procedure Act (APA), such as with the veteran and disability regulations.
Church Music Director Alleges Firing Because of Engagement to Male Partner: Does the “Ministerial Exception” Apply?
A newly filed EEOC charge alleges that The Holy Family Catholic Community in Inverness, Ill fired its 17-year music director when the director announced on Facebook that he had just become an engaged to his male partner. This, according to the Portland Press Herald.
FY 15 Omnibus spending legislation sent to the President for signature. This past weekend, the Senate finished work on an omnibus spending bill, Consolidated and Further Continuing Appropriations Act, 2015 (“Act”), which funds most of the federal government for the remainder of FY 15.