We all know that it can be damaging to one’s case if a party to a litigation fails to preserve relevant information.
Well that’s a wrap: Fox has officially settled with the unpaid interns who worked on “Black Swan” years ago. So companies can expect clear guidelines on paid and unpaid interns—right?
What do the campaigns of Sarah Palin, John McCain, Ted Cruz, Donald Trump, Newt Gingrich, Rand Paul, Ralph Nader, Ronald Reagan, Mike Huckabee, Barack Obama, and Mitt Romney all have in common?
A district court judge in Texas sentenced a former St. Louis Cardinals scouting director to 46 months in jail for hacking into the Houston Astros computers.
Last week, the 11th Circuit issued an opinion reversing and remanding a prior decision from the United States District Court for the Southern District of Georgia related to the proper verification of debts when a consumer disputes their validity.
With the financial crisis and recession behind us, mergers and acquisitions have picked up dramatically over the past several years.
That “win-win” in contract negotiation wherein employees are paid to opt out of employer insurance has become much more complicated thanks to the IRS.
Governor Brown recently approved Senate Bill No. 836, which amends the Private Attorneys General Act (“PAGA”) in a few minor technical ways, including new filing and notice requirements.
Microsoft scored a major victory in their three-year battle against U.S. law enforcement last week when the Second Circuit unanimously ruled that the government cannot compel the tech company to hand over emails stored on a server in Dublin. The question now is, who will act first, tech companies or Congress?