Water cooler talk, i.e. office gossip, has been a seemingly timeless thorn in many employers’ sides, particularly because of the decrease in worker productivity that such gossip can cause.
Employers, does this situation sound all too familiar: that one little elf who has been approved for intermittent FMLA leave and the condition seems to “flare up” at the most suspect times (every Monday and Friday; after a disagreement with a supervisor; or after being assigned to clean out Prancer’s stall).
There has been discussion the last few weeks about the change in blogs? Some even asking whether the blog is dying, a question asked each year.
We all have our holiday traditions, whether it be gathering around the Christmas tree, lighting the Menorah, or grumbling about corporate America’s ploy to take all of our money.
No matter how well we fare over the years, there are always things we wish we had done differently when we were younger. It’s true in the personal world, and it’s doubly true in the professional arena. In the rapidly-changing legal landscape, there are some lessons young lawyers should learn now, and Dallas lawyer coach Cordell Parvin joins LXBN TV to share them as he explains what he wishes he knew when he was a younger lawyer.
One of the difficult aspects of taking a complex case to trial is not the subject matter, necessarily, but the Court’s ability to schedule several consecutive days of trial.
Regulatory enforcement by the Consumer Products Safety Commission (“CPSC”) is on the upswing. As product liability litigation and regulatory activities often become entwined, it is all the more important to appreciate the interconnection between litigation and regulatory compliance.
The recent news about the Affordable Care Act (ACA) has been dominated by the rocky rollout of the Health Insurance Exchange website.
New York State Attorney General, Eric Schneiderman, has made waves in recent months by subpoenaing the popular “apartment-sharing” website AirBNB for information on more than 15,000 of the website’s hosts in New York City.