There are few things more annoying than the feeling that you have been duped into paying for something that you neither need nor want.
Emerging technologies and increased demand for worker productivity during lean economic times have changed the way Americans work.
Around the country, advocates for low-income Americans are incorporating international human rights norms into their daily work. This spring, in both Illinois and California, advocates for homeless people are on the verge of having their elected representatives pass legislation that would guarantee homeless people certain basic rights.
Last week—the week of May 12, 2013—proved to be an eventful week for Aereo. On May 14, 2013, the controversial broadcast television streaming service filed a motion for summary judgment in the Southern District of New York on copyright claims brought by broadcast television networks that Aereo’s service directly infringes the networks’ public performance rights and directly and secondarily infringes their reproduction rights.
Direct investment in renewable energy projects has been an anticipated financing option among editorialists and bloggers the past year, and seems to finally be gaining traction in the United States.
On April 26, 2013, the NLRB issued a ruling which found certain no solicitation – no distribution policies of the retail outlet Target Corporation improper.
First, the curiosity, when you see a gaggle of characters and then notice they all have “tip purses” in some form with their respective costumes, beware. In a visit with a media company in Times Square (Viacom specifically) we had to pass a few of these characters who were looking to have their photo taken with you.
I know. I hear it all the time. When law firms cut costs, training is the first thing that is cut. I also know that many, many law firms do not see value in associates and junior partners raising their ability to attract, retain and expand relationships with clients.