In a recent study of restaurant safety practices, 62 percent of restaurant workers handling raw ground beef with their bare hands did not wash up before handling other ready-to-eat foods or cooked ground beef.
Monday Morning Regulatory Review: Obamacare Deadlines; Labor Elections Rule; Swaps Litigation; Vacating Empty Rules; & The Volcker Rule
Regulatory highlights from the past week include the Administration pushing back the deadline for applying for Obamacare and then begging insurance companies for even more time and leniency.
Now that the Goodlatte Innovation Act has passed the House, its provisions likely will be reconciled with the Patent Transparency and Improvements Act (S. 1720) that was introduced in the Senate by Senator Leahy (D-Vt.) on November 18, 2013.
The dictionary defines the adjective, “passive-aggressive,” as “a type of behavior or personality characterized by indirect resistance to the demands of others and an avoidance of direct confrontation.”
Transatlantic Coke Bust: Spanish Prosecutors Seek 7 Year Prison Sentences for Two Cruise Line Crew Members
In a story we reported earlier this year, two Filipino crew members were busted smuggling cocaine aboard the MSC Magnifica in April.
Travel time is one of the most hotly contested issues under the FLSA. This week we will test your employment IQ on compensable travel time.
Facing the holiday season during or after divorce can be painful and confusing. You may be living alone, worried about being away from your children, or forced to attend holiday events without your former spouse.
Last week, I proposed the creation of a new New Jersey statute that would afford a parent immediate access to a judge or a hearing officer if the other parent is placing children at risk by abusing substances.
The NFL’s Arizona Cardinals have been one of the surprising success stories this season. One of the reasons for the team’s success is the commitment it made to an older (ancient by NFL standards) coaching staff.
What a wonderful, joyful time of year it is for all, especially if you have young children who are anxious for Santa to visit. It’s not often we hear of toys actually harming children, but in fact, they do. Every year there are numerous injuries, and even fatalities, caused by dangerous toys.