Apparently it’s not just the sweet, delicious taste of Magnolia Bakery cupcakes that had people lining up in droves for a box or three since it opened its first store in Greenwich Village, New York over 15 years ago.
At yesterday’s labor & employment law seminar, we had both Heidi Lane, a Prinicipal Attorney with the Connecticut Department of Labor, and Jonathan Kreisberg, Regional Director of the NLRB’s Hartford Office, speak to attendees about the latest developments under both Connecticut and federal law.
On September 19, 2012, Senator Klobuchar introduced a bill titled “Cloud Computing Act of 2012” (the “Act”) that would amend the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (“CFAA”). Essentially, the intent of the Act is to make it a criminal offense to access a server without authorization that is owned by a cloud provider.
All right, kiddies. My posts over the last few weeks have been juicy and entertaining. (Or as juicy and entertaining as employment law can get.) But summer is over, and it’s time to buckle down.
In 1996, I taped a Clinton-Dole debate. I didn’t tape it to make up my mind on the candidates. Instead, I taped it to learn more about persuasion. I no longer have the tape, but I remember being in awe of President Clinton and actually feeling sorry for Senator Dole
Welcome to TMT Perspectives. We want to start this publication by asking two simple questions: First, aside from lack of capital, what is most common to technology businesses? And second, what are the skills and qualities that underlie superior growth by middle market companies?
Now that the first presidential debate has taken place, and as the country heads into the last month of campaigning in this election year, employers should make certain that their personnel policies properly address political activities in the workplace. Such policies should require managers, supervisors, and employees to show respect across political-party lines to avoid internal conflicts.
Thanks to all who came and attended our employment law seminar at the Hartford Club today. As a reminder, we’re running another one on October 18th. More information is available here. At today’s seminar, we talked about the need for companies to implement a social media policy and also about how social media can get out of control quickly.
The first Presidential debate included a good deal of focus on the tax reform plans of Mitt Romney and Barack Obama and exposed a concept common to both that some might have missed in the hard-charging exchanges. If you itemize your deductions, depending on the level of your income, you may want to pay attention.