More Micro Management by the NLRB

The General Counsel of the National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”) recently issued a 30 page report summarizing its position on employer work rules (such as, most commonly, employee handbooks) and providing examples of what does and does not have a “chilling effect” on possible concerted (i.e., potential union) activity as defined by Section 7 of the National Labor Relations Act (“NLRA”).

Climate Change Adaptation: Massachusetts Releases New Policies to Address the Issue

Climate Change Adaptation: Massachusetts Releases New Policies to Address the Issue

In one of our prior posts, we reported on efforts by Boston and New York City, in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, to undertake comprehensive climate change preparedness planning to review the vulnerabilities of each city’s built environment and to assess potential measures to enhance the resilience of both public and private infrastructure.

Facts, Opinions, Omissions, and Context: The U.S. Supreme Court Issues Omnicare Opinion

By | The D&O Diary | March 25, 2015
Facts, Opinions, Omissions, and Context: The U.S. Supreme Court Issues Omnicare Opinion

In a March 24, 2015 opinion in Omnicare, Inc. v. Laborers District Council Construction Industry Pension Fund (here), the U.S. Supreme Court set aside the Sixth Circuit’s ruling that allegations of “objective falsity” were sufficient to make a statement of opinion in securities offering documents actionable.