“Human AND machine is always better than human OR machine.” Agree or disagree?
In a law-heavy news roundup, Katie Cassel and I talk about New York’s dangerously prescriptive cybersecurity regs for banks and insurers.
In an important decision, U.S. District Judge Christopher Cooper today ordered the Federal Election Commission to reconsider its dismissal of a complaint filed by CREW against two tax-exempt advocacy organizations that have never registered with the FEC.
It is far cheaper in the long run to avoid China employment law problems than to have to deal with one that has arisen.
Appellate lawyers share some job-related realities with journalists, namely running up against deadlines.
The development of new business rarely occurs in a vacuum.
The more we learn about norovirus, the clearer the choices are in changing current behaviors. Foodservice operators know a lot about norovirus, especially in how to cope with an outbreak.
Currently, twenty-five states and the District of Columbia have medical marijuana laws, while four states and the District of Columbia have legalized marijuana for recreational use.
What did the global human rights advocate and celebrated lawyer have to share with the Clio Cloud Conference crowd?