On Friday, a series of massive distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks caused internet outages across much of the US, and also in parts of Europe.
The fashion industry, more so than almost any other industry, is driven by individuals — individuals who capture the essence of a desired persona with their unique clothing and accessory designs.
Imagine walking down the street in your city neighborhood and stopping by a garden, planted in what used to be a vacant lot, to buy some vegetables or fruit for supper.
Monday Morning Regulatory Review – 10/24/16: Nondiscretionary Employment Analysis; Discretionary Dismissal Remand; & More
In two very different cases, one district court found that an agency has a nondiscretionary duty to conduct detailed analysis under a statute in taking many different actions, while another district court found that an agency erred in dismissing an appeal because it misinterpreted its own regulations as mandatory when they were clearly discretionary.
The impact of a long-awaited court ruling involving PHH Corporation is still reverberating throughout the real estate industry.
“This is Spinal Tap,” with its eminent quotability, is a cultural touchstone. I had heard of it, but not seen the movie until last year, when my husband sat down to watch it with me as part of his Sisyphean task of filling in the gaps in my pop culture knowledge.
Another installment of Apple surveillance: it appears the tech giant has enlisted a shell company to file trademark applications for its newest products. Problem is, they might be stuck there.
Two weeks ago, I posted about an employee (fictionally named “Zoey”) who had a peanut allergy. After she asked a peanut-butter-loving co-worker (“Addison”) to be considerate, Zoey found a big glob of peanut butter smeared under her desk, which caused her to get sick. Addison denied being responsible.