We are close to live blogging from the annual NAD Advertising Law Conference and for those who could not join us, we wanted to share highlights from its opening — keynote speaker FTC Chairwoman Edith Ramirez.
The NLRB just loves getting involved in these Facebook firing cases. But while the most recent example—involving a sports bar in Connecticut—has pundits proclaiming that employers can never fire employees for a Facebook “Like,” it’s worth noting these suits must be considered on a case-by-case basis.
Friends, after many many years of advocating for the right of tribes to tax non-tribal businesses or vendors on tribal land, Indian Country is finally seeing some momentum.
An assisted living facility in Mississippi hired an employee to work as a kitchen assistant, and on her first day of work she told her supervisor that she was pregnant.
A Netherlands company is headed to New York to establish a “divorce hotel.” Couples with uncomplicated divorces can spend a weekend at the hotel to work through the process quickly..
After the Charge Has Gone: Court Gives EEOC Free Reign to Press Systemic Investigation Even After Charging Party Withdraws
As we have blogged previously, the EEOC is increasingly wielding its subpoena power in pre-lawsuit investigations and subpoena enforcement proceedings to conduct expansive, nationwide investigations.
Subpoenas, Forensic Exams and Cyber Investigation: How to Identify Anonymous or Unknown Internet Posters
It is no secret that people are more comfortable publishing harmful statements on the internet when their identities are masked. As such, the sources of internet defamation and other online reputation attacks typically publish damaging content anonymously or pseudonymously.