On June 23, 2016, British voters surprised much of the world by voting in favor of “Brexit” in a 52% to 48% vote.
The smoke might eventually clear for Ohio lawyers who hope to help clients engage in the medical marijuana industry after it becomes legal in the state on September 8.
It takes an undergraduate degree, a law degree, and passing the bar exam to become a lawyer in the United States.
If you represented a large corporation or a wealthy individual, wouldn’t you want to know if your prospective jurors were campaigning for Bernie Sanders on Facebook?
As we approach what will be the eighth anniversary of the peak of the global financial crisis, many of the effects of the crisis have subsided.
When I took Federal Income Tax in law school, the professor got up in front of the class and for his opening line started out by saying, “The Federal Income Tax Code is a Social Policy Document.”
As the flood waters begin to recede, and South Louisiana begins to dry out and recover from the recent flooding, Louisiana employers also face recovery issues, including how to address employee needs.
The Olympics in Rio have been a huge success for American athletes, but the games have also brought some hazards.
2016 is shaping up to be a record year for Native American electoral participation. Eight indigenous candidates are running for Congress, up from two in 2014.
With summer 2016 almost behind us, employers should begin to plan for the major labor and employment law trends expected to emerge in the final quarter of the year and into 2017.