Tom Clancy, who died in October 2013 at age 66, was best known for his many New York Times # 1 bestsellers in the techno-thriller spy genre he invented, but the author was not as renowned in the obscure world of estate tax allocation.
The NSA metadata program that is set to expire in two weeks was designed to provide early warning of a terror attack planned in a foreign safe haven and carried out inside the United States.
Employee complaints based on anonymous harassment pose special problems for employers.
In Flatt v. Canada (Attorney General), a case that has garnered media attention, the Federal Court of Appeal upheld a decision that found an applicant who requested accommodation to breastfeed her child during working hours failed to meet the test for establishing prima facie discrimination.
I am a millennial. I grew up in the age of the Internet, computers, and text messaging.
The Federal Trade Commission last week announced an unprecedented coordinated federal-state enforcement effort targeting deceptive and abusive debt collection.
Competitive differentiators are the beneficial and unique aspects of your product or service compared to those of competitors.
Most employers (at least those employers that read this blog on a regular basis) know that it is illegal to subject an employee to an adverse employment action, such as termination, because that employee raised a claim of discrimination or was absent from work due to a serious health condition.
Amidst the head-spinning change and the increased competition that all law firms face today, there is an increased emphasis on—some say a frenzy to—hire the best people.