Major Nicole Mitchell has served in the Air Force Reserve some 20 years.
H-2B (or not H-2B) is indeed the question on the minds of many employers following a recent federal court decision in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
In a closely watched case, Ayeprel v. Phules, the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts formally recognized that confidential communications between so-called “work spouses” may be privileged.
A lot of people will tell you that creating a name for a company or product is hard work. I have a name for those people: suckers! Actually, all you need are a dozen rules, a couple of corollaries, and a sixth-grade reading ability.
A couple of weeks ago, I spoke with a lawyer I coached a few years ago. When I asked how it was going, he proudly mentioned he had never been more busy and had never generated more PR.
On March 29, 2013, in a ruling that she acknowledged some might find to be “unexpected” in light of the substantial regulatory fines and penalties that some of the defendants have paid, Southern District of New York Naomi Reice Buchwald granted the defendants’ motions to dismiss the antitrust and RICO claims in the consolidated Libor-based antitrust litigation.
Breaking News: Carnival Incorporates in the U.S. and Subjects Itself to U.S. Tax, Labor, Wage, Safety & Environmental Regulations
In an exclusive story, Cruise Line News has learned that cruise industry giant Carnival Corporation recently incorporated its business in the United States (in the state of Delaware).
Last week’s major administrative law milestones are not over, but this Monday Morning Regulatory Review is a little different: plaudits and pans for the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulatory process.
The below comes from an article I wrote a couple years ago for a manufacturing magazine. I am reprising it today after having just communicated with a company that could sorely have stood to have read it.