I’m in beautiful Lake Tahoe today, brought here by an attorney who attended a Rainmaker Retreat in Las Vegas recently, and then invited me to speak to a group of alumni from his alma mater, the Oak Brook College of Law.
With Campaign 2012 heading for the finish line, here’s a quick recap of some of the rules with which broadcasters should be familiar as last-minute political buys start to flood in.
Trilegiant Corp. markets and sells online membership fee programs offering discounts on goods and services. Brian Schnabel became enrolled in Great Fun, one of Trilegiant’s services, when he made a purchase through Priceline.com, an online travel site.
One in five legal professionals would not accept a job in an organization that does not allow its employees a reasonable level of access to social media at work, per a Lawyers Weekly Australia story by Stephanie Quine (@stephquine).
Portland’s bustling food cart industry has come of age. With nearly 700 food carts actively dishing out some of Portland’s most creative and tasty cheap eats, the local food cart economy here is flourishing.
Governor Brown recently approved a significant – although many would stay still inadequate – overhaul of California law that governs the what, how and when of disability access suits under state law.
It is a little ironic that in the high tech software world, your liability sometimes comes down to whether you saved the receipt. If you face an audit and don’t have the records to support all of the software on your system, you will have to pay the MSRP for the software (regardless of how much you paid originally), destroy it and buy another legitimate copy. You don’t want to pay for software four times.
Forty-Two GOP Senators File Brief Challenging "Recess" Appointments to National Labor Relations Board
Forty-two Republican senators filed an amicus brief this week in the case of Noel Canning Div. of Noel Corp. v. NLRB, D.C. Cir., No. 12-1115, arguing that the Board lacks a quorum because President Obama’s January 2012 recess appointments were invalid.