Newly appointed Labor Secretary Thomas Perez addressed the 2013 AFL-CIO Convention earlier this week, providing details on the Obama Administration’s legislative and administrative wage-hour agenda for the remainder of the President’s second term.
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Legal Concepts Every Social Media Marketer Should Know: Use of Third-party Images, Graphics, and Content
Word to the wise – if you think dealing with legal is a pain, just wait until you get a cease-and-desist letter claiming you hijacked someone else’s content for your marketing campaign.
It was 1983. The concert was one of the first that was broadcast live on television. It was outside and the conditions could not have been much worse with the wind and the rain.
Following concerns raised earlier this week about the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s poultry-inspection pilot program, U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) introduced a bill Thursday to update meat and poultry inspection, along with the consumer-notification system for recalls.
@LRToday Daily Labor Law Round-Up: Alcom Workers Settle, DC Workers Protest Background Checks, Prepare for BART Strike
Alcom Workers Settle With Management: Matt Hongoltz-Hetling of the Maine Morning Sentinel reports that five employees have settled a a dispute with their employer after they were allegedly fired for attempting to organize a union.
On Thursday afternoon a Hinds County jury rendered a $52 million verdict in a case against Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc. and the driver of a vehicle. The trial started on September 3.
It has been a long, hot summer for Honda and General Motors. In June, Honda recalled roughly 686,000 vehicles sold worldwide. Of the 686,000 vehicles recalled, 143,000 were sold in the United States under the Fit name.
Something of a furore has been caused in Hong Kong by the decision of the Office of the Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data (“PCPD”) to issue an enforcement notice to stop a company from supplying data on individuals obtained from publicly available litigation and bankruptcy records via a smartphone application, claiming that the company ”seriously invaded” the privacy of those individuals.
Did Seinfeld’s Elaine Benes Break Trade Secrets Law by Stealing the Soup Nazi’s Recipes? – Matthew Grosh
Wild mushroom, cold cucumber, corn and crab chowder, mulligatawny—they’re all trade secrets, says my guest on LXBN TV today. In a bit of a fun episode, we examine whether or not Seinfeld’s Elaine Benes violated trade secrets law when she stole—or at least found—the Soup Nazi’s secret recipes. That guest is attorney Matthew Grosh of Russell, Krafft & Gruber and the Lancaster Law Blog.