As we anticipate the calorie-bomb of Thanksgiving dinner, let’s face it – litigation preservation is overweight, obese, and corpulent, torpidly dazed in a fat/sugar coma of way too much data.
When filing their complaints, plaintiffs’ lawyers usually take the shotgun approach and throw in as many boilerplate allegations as they can think of.
It’s hard to believe that Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and with it all of the holidays of the season!
Last week, we took a look at two mistakes that may be impacting your content marketing, giving up too early and not marketing your content.
What if law firms adopted a set of “Rules” for a happy workplace? Does this sound like a good idea?
What is Public Can Still Be ‘private’: European Court of Human Rights Halts Journalists from Re-publishing Finnish Citizens’ Public Tax Information
In a ruling by the European Court of Human Rights (“ECHR”) handed down in July 2015, the right to respect for individuals’ privacy balance trumped journalists’ right to freedom of expression.
Waning time and higher priorities have rendered the passage of federal genetically modified organism (GMO) labeling legislation a long shot this year despite early optimism.
The Chief Financial Officer’s Act of 1990 (“1990 Act”) was signed into law by President George H.W. Bush on November 15, 1990.
Unless you have a union, the fundamental principle of free speech can end at the door of your workplace.
Illinois Libertarian candidates Claire Ball and Scott Schluter have filed a federal lawsuit challenging a provision of Illinois’ medical cannabis law that prohibits any medical cannabis cultivation center, dispensary, or any Political Action Committee they create, to “make a campaign contribution to any political committee established to promote the candidacy of a candidate or public official.”