Just read a great post on China HR by my friend Ben Shobert. The post is wrongly titled, “The Unique Human Resource Challenges in China’s Healthcare Market.” The post is wrongly titled because the challenges are universal to those doing business in China and are in no way confined to just the healthcare sector. Beyond that though, Shobert nails it.
May the federal district court in Washington State exercise personal jurisdiction over an accused copyright infringer who lives in New York state for infringing content posted on the accused infringer’s website? No, according to Judge Robert S. Lasnik of the Western District of Washington in Seattle.
Think you have a slam dunk legal case? Well in my 12 years of litigation experience (all in California) I’d say there is no such thing. But if you were to have a slam dunk case, at a minimum you would need at least five different things to come together in your favor.
One of the most difficult parts of using twitter is condensing your thoughts into 140-chracters or less. Although often complained about, the 140-character limit is Twitter’s core feature and differentiates it from other social networking sites.
Yesterday, Richard Cordray, Director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (“CFPB”), appeared before the House Committee on Financial Services to summarize and respond to questions on the CFPB’s semi-annual report, released on July 30th and available here.
Less than a week ago the National Hockey League experienced its third work stoppage in the last 20 years. The collective bargaining agreement expired on September 15, at 11:59 pm.
Meet my trusty GE Electronic Digital FM/AM Clock Radio, Model No. 7-4624. I don’t know if I can pinpoint it exactly, but this puppy has been with me for somewhere along the lines of twenty-eight years.
University of Arkansas head football coach John L. Smith filed for bankruptcy earlier this month, revealing he had acquired $25.7 million in debt during the last several years.
Saving at the Post Office, While Saving the Post Office—Should We Bring Back the U.S. Postal Savings System?
According to a 2009 FDIC survey, about one in four U.S. households are unbanked or underbanked. Without access to conventional financial services, people turn to an alternative banking market of bill pay, prepaid debit cards, and check cashing services, as well as payday loans.