A year ago I was introduced to a young, smart, corporate lawyer in a well-known national law firm. When I met him, I could not help but notice his shoes were not shined and actually had scuff marks.
This past week I’ve been pondering a question of great importance: When might a straitjacket double as a life vest? The answer actually arrived last Monday during INTA’s “The Ethics of Trademark Bullying” panel discussion at the 135th Annual Meeting in Dallas, Texas.
This week a sprinkling of interesting events flavors administrative law. Recess appointments litigation may get closer to sweetening the United States Supreme Court (SCOTUS) calendar.
While most of the nation fixated this week on black and brown American heroes in Cleveland, the attention of immigration advocates diverged.
In a wide-ranging new opinion, the New York Court of Appeals has considered whether (1) an insurer’s delay in issuing a coverage denial may estop it to dispute issues of allocation and (2) whether incidents of sexual abuse that occurred over a period of years should be treated as a “single” occurrence.
There has been a lot written in recent months about the perceived complexities of the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA).
Attorney Representing Sister in Child Support Matter Arrested Following Alleged Altercation with Former Brother-in-Law
Patrick Bisogno, an attorney representing his sister in a Staten Island Family Court child support matter, was arrested after allegedly assaulting his former brother-in-law. In reports by the New York Law Journal and the Staten Island Advance (SILive.com), Bisogno was accused of punching the father, John Libertella, of Valley Stream, in the nose.
Is bad credit an accurate predictor of employee trustworthiness or reliability? Or is it discriminatory? We first discussed this in 2011, before the great debates began.