You may remember that I stirred up some contentiousness a few weeks ago when I suggested that employers should not challenge unemployment claims except in the worst cases.
Iggy Azalea is the latest celebrity to take a public break from Twitter due to harassment experienced on the site. And while the problem has grown rapidly more pervasive on a platform that prides itself on quality interaction, Twitter trolls show no sign of being stopped.
In the midst of ongoing, escalating and increasingly troublesome reports of large-scale corporate cyber breaches, the federal government is trying to fight back more forcefully with a dual strategy to shore up agency capability and exchange information with industry in a “shared mission.”
Max Kennerly was ready to write a blog, even if there was no one out there to hear it.
If you were following two weeks ago, you recall my recap of the Board’s decision to refuse registration to “PRINCESS KATE” and “ROYAL KATE” on the grounds that potential consumers would think of Kate Middleton (actually a Duchess) when they saw the marks i.e. Kate Middleton has the right to control the right of publicity and to control the commercialization of her identity.
And here we are, at the last of my Superbowl Commercials posts. We’re talking about the worst of the worst of this year’s Superbowl Commercials and while there are only a couple for a change, they are really doozies.
The Crackdown Continues On Dietary Supplement Mislabeling and False Advertising: GNC Slapped with Proposed Nationwide Class Action
Recently GNC Holdings, Inc. (“GNC”) was hit with a proposed nationwide class action alleging that GNC deceptively labeled its own brand of ginko biloba supplements.
The FCC’s Monthly Meeting scheduled for 26 February 2015 is both widely-anticipated and one in series of continuing events.
Michigan, like many states, seeks to create a vibrant start-up environment. And as a further sign of that commitment, February 18 through February 25, 2015 marks Entrepreneurship Week in Michigan under a recent proclamation from Gov. Snyder.
Inspired by a recent article authored by renowned anti-drug war columnist, Jacob Sullum, we too want to provide our perspective on whether the Feds are “Defying Congress by [Still] Pursuing Medical Marijuana Cases” despite a spending bill dictating that the Department of Justice take the opposite tack.