As companies struggle with how to develop cloud strategies that are both cost effective and protect sensitive consumer and corporate data, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) can provide hands-on information to the private sector to help implement a reasonable cloud computing solution.
The NYLCV’s eco politics daily reported this morning that Governor Andrew Cuomo will not reach a decision on whether to allow fracking in New York until the NYS Department of Health releases its long-awaited study concerning fracking’s health effects.
Golf club’s gender distinctions regarding tee time sign up, tournaments and facilities use are increasingly vulnerable to legal challenge. In March 2013, four female members of Spokane Country Club won a lawsuit challenging gender distinctions in golf schedules, traditions, tournament participation, allocation of tee times, and designation of men’s and women’s facilities, among other things, under the Washington State antidiscrimination law.
Has the EEOC ever read this book? Maybe we should send them a copy.
The law gives parties the right to strike a limited number prospective jurors from serving on a particular jury without demonstrating “cause, but that right is limited by case law designed to prohibit discrimination. Should a party’s right to peremptorily challenge a juror because of his or her sexual orientation be added to the list?
In light of the Supreme Court’s recent decision in United States v. Windsor, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) has just issued updated guidance for employers concerning the rights of same-sex spouses under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA).
“If you need absolute anonymity, don’t use the Internet” is the recommendation of InfoWorld although many Internet users believe that they can obscure their Internet identity.
At divorce attorneys, we all have had this happen to us. We go to a mediation, spend all day negotiation, finally come to a settlement, and leave thinking that the matter is resolved, but for the formalities.
In a press release on its website, the Serious Fraud Office (“SFO”) has announced that it has finally brought its first charges under the Bribery Act 2010.
Earlier this week, Joseph N. DiStefano of Philly.com reported that the University of Pennsylvania filed suit in federal district court to protect its well-known federally-registered rights in the WHARTON name and mark. (Hat tip to guest blogger Dave Taylor of Taylor Brand Group).