We have previously written about Sergey Aleynikov, a former computer programmer for an investment bank who beat federal charges of trade secret theft under the Economic Espionage Act in 2012.
Kissimmee, FL, resident Scott Campbell, 48, has gained some unwanted publicity due to allegations that he has been conning women out of their money after meeting them through internet dating services like Match.com.
Saturday night, CBS’s ’48 Hours” will air what is being described as “important new evidence” in the mysterious disappearance of George Smith during his honeymoon cruise. The episode is called “48 Hours: Murder at Sea?”
On May 8, the House of Representatives passed a bill that would allow private sector employers to offer hourly workers the option of taking compensatory (“comp”) time in lieu of paid overtime.
Yesterday was a busy day for public records issues, as the Washington Supreme Court issued two detailed decisions relating to the State Public Records Act.
It’s official: in line with our initial prediction, the Kardashians have renamed their makeup brand, initially launched as “Khroma Beauty,” to “Kardashian Beauty” to avoid any potential customer confusion.
From dedicated transportation companies to cable television service providers, organizations are deploying increasingly sophisticated technology to monitor the movement and status of their vehicles and employees.