What? Did she just say that? If that was your reaction, this is not my idea. This is a new HR Strategy that Amazon has announced it is trying.
Bitcoin is Property, Not Currency, IRS Says – Notice Leaves Many Open Questions About Convertible Virtual Currencies
The Internal Revenue Service has joined several other jurisdictions in publishing guidance regarding the income tax consequences of certain convertible virtual currency transactions.
While it is true that social media has become one of the main sources for discovery in personal injury litigation, the basic tenants of discovery that apply to the standard document requests, also apply to this new technological source of information.
Patent trolls, alternatively known as non-practising entities (NPEs) or patent monetizers, have been dominating discussion relating to patent reform for quite some time.
Rise of the Zombie Lawsuit: Fifth Circuit Revives Former Dukes Class Member’s Individual Claims Against Her Former Employer
As we previously reported, following the re-booting of discrimination claims by a member of the former class in Dukes et al. v. Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., a Texas federal district court judge dismissed the individual and class claims of that plaintiff.
“Aren’t I done paying support once my kid turns 18?!” is common sentiment among many parents who are paying child support.
It has been reported in the UK press that union lobbying in France has resulted in certain employees in the digital and consultancy sector being required to switch off their work phones and to avoid looking at work emails outside normal office hours, which are taken to be before 9am and after 6pm.
In 1984, Nike needed an NBA superstar. Magic Johnson and Larry Bird wore Converse brand basketball shoes, as did most of the other major NBA stars.
Q. Under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), do we have to define “full time” to mean 40 hours per week, or is that left to employers’ discretion?