A class-action lawsuit filed Feb. 5 in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California claims that certain ingredients in Beneful dry kibble dog food from Nestlé Purina PetCare Company have sickened or killed thousands of dogs.
Despite some early grumbling from Congress threatening to block DC’s ballot initiative from becoming law (because of DC’s special status, DC ballot initiatives do not become law until they pass through a 30-day Congressional review period), with only a few hours to go, it appears that the review period has come and gone.
There were a lot of who were counting on the effects of President Obama’s immigration executive action coming to fruition—and soon. Now, employees who may have told their employers they were working illegally—but wouldn’t soon—are in a really rough place.
Some changes in the legal marketing landscape to pass along to you this week.
As an employment law nerd, I often get giddy when there is a meaty employment law issue being addressed by the U.S. Supreme Court (hopefully Justice Ginsburg took it easy on the sauce prior to oral arguments).
For thirty years the ex-husband in Janet O. v. James O., slip op. 51985 (Sup. Ct. N.Y. County, October 17, 2006) had not made one single child or spousal maintenance support payment.
The big news in recent weeks is the lawsuit that was filed against McDonald’s in the Western District of Virginia alleging discrimination.
The event you just hosted, sponsored or participated in represents a good beginning. Introductions. Conversations. A chance to build a bridge or two…or shore one up.
On February 4, 2015, Anthem Inc. disclosed that as many as 80 million customers’ sensitive personal information may have been compromised by criminal hackers.