When you read about sexual harassment claims, the focus is on what the alleged harasser is accused of doing. The sordid details are what attract readers. The Marchuk v. Faruqi & Faruqi case is one recent example.
Municipalities across the country have attempted to place restrictions on the use of fracking associated with oil & gas drilling.
As so many of you know, few landlords are willing to rent to marijuana businesses. They are afraid of the very real possibility of losing their property in a federal civil asset forfeiture action.
Part I of this two-part series on technology licensing dealt with the non-financial terms of a typicaltechnology license agreement: subject matter, scope, territory, exclusivity, sublicensing and improvements.
In Georgia, juries generally don’t get to decide the sentence. Only where the State is seeking death does the jury get a hand in sentencing.
So, let me give it to you straight- from the bench.
Drones are one of the most products around in the world of consumer electronics. The thing is, there are more parties than just consumers who want to use them—and most can’t, because there aren’t rules around these unmanned aerial systems. The FAA took a big step to resolve that this past weekend.
There is always a lot of attention paid to what notices and forms should be given to new-hires.
Today the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit dealt a lethal blow to the EEOC’s hiring check enforcement litigation in EEOC v. Freeman, No.13-2365 (4th Cir. Feb. 20, 2015).