While drunk driving arrests are usually recorded on camera, most of the time nobody is particularly interested in seeing the video footage. When you’re a celebrity, things are a little different–especially if you happen to be wearing your birthday suit at the time of your arrest.
Lynne Terry of the Portland Oregonian, shows once again why a free press is so important to our safety – for gawds sake, the government and industry do not seem capable of doing the job – like announcing a f&%*ing recall.
On May 30, 2013, the Sixth Circuit decided that class certification denial was proper in a proposed nationwide sex discrimination class action against Cintas Corporation brought by female applicants rejected for sales representative jobs.
As I’ve mentioned numerous times before, there isn’t a bigger hot button issue in the law right now than hydraulic fracturing. Environmental activists cry that regulation simply isn’t keeping pace and when it attempts to, it’s too industry-friendly. On the other side, industry experts point to fracking’s track record and claim the regulations are overly burdensome and only put in place for the sake of public perception. Joining me to explain the Bureau of Land Management’s proposed rule for hydraulic fracturing on federal and Indian land, and share his thoughts on why it must be viewed with the proper context, is Wayne D’Angelo of Kelley Drye and their blog, the Fracking Insider.
It is the dream of many landowners in the United States to one day have both oil wells and wind turbines on their land. For this happen, however, landowners must play an active role in keeping oil and wind companies from trying to overreach each other in concurrent development of the land.