Labor law issues again have taken a leading role in Washington politics. As reported on this blog recently, two controversial GOP-supported bills are currently before the House Education and Workforce Committee.
Constitutional challenges to the CFPB’s authority have not ended with Director Cordray’s confirmation last week as CFPB Director.
You want to attract, retain and expand relationships with clients. You have a pretty good idea what you should be doing. Yet, you are not doing it. I have worked with many lawyers who share this challenge. So, don’t feel you are alone.
I received an email from a father and a former Military lawyer now in private practice. He started with… “Thank you for the wonderful resource. I came across your blog on LinkedIn.”
In recent webinars and workshops we have discussed the issues presented by the use of social networking sites, particularly LinkedIn, by employees who leave to join a competitor or set up on their own.
President Obama has articulated the black experience for many Americans, but his words really speak to all minorities.
In In re Adler, the Federal Circuit affirmed the decision of the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) that upheld the Examiner’s determination that the claims at issue were obvious.
Last week, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) told The Associated Press that the preliminary results of its study indicated that that fracking chemicals did not reach drinking water sources at a well site in the Marcellus Shale formation.
Without a doubt, medicine and technology will forever be linked. Together, the two have substantially altered the world in which we live and have saved countless lives.
Fourth Circuit Holds That NYT Reporter May Be Compelled to Testify in Trial of Former CIA Agent Over First Amendment Objections
On Friday, the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals held that there is no First Amendment privilege which prevents a journalist from being compelled to testify in a criminal proceeding.