Major overhaul of all music licensing may be in the offing as Copyright Office opens far-ranging inquiry.
I presented last Friday at the initial Attorney@Blog Conference put on by Above The Law. I came away impressed. One by the presenters. Two, by the event itself.
OSHA recently launched a Regional Emphasis Program (REP) that will focus enforcement resources on employers operating in the automotive supply manufacturing industry.
As the immigration reform debate endures in the House of Representatives, leaders in higher education are continuing their call for improvements to the nation’s immigration system.
The changing legal scene continues to present new opportunities for those who wish to grab the next brass ring.
Attorneys and clients often sign settlement papers without a close review. After all, the case is finished. Right? It’s time to get the money. When a case settles, the plaintiff gets paid and drops the claim.
Infinite Herbs LLC of Miami, FL, is voluntarily recalling one lot of its 2.5 ounce packages of Organic Basil sold at Trader Joe’s because of potential contamination with Salmonella.
LXBN TV: Court’s Ruling On Takedown of Controversial Film Could Dramatically Shake Up Movie Distribution
The highly-controversial Innocence of Muslims film has caused much uproar throughout the world. When the film was released, it caused riots throughout the world—with the most notable incident being 2012 Benghazi attack. Some time as passed since then, but we’re seeing the lingering effects of the movie’s controversial nature as a ruling on its takedown from YouTube could have a major impact on movie distribution.
Luis Molina was on his way to work the night shift as a building engineer at The Yale Club in Manhattan on November 16, 2008.