This morning I was prepared to draft a post reminding you that as of today the new DOL rule regarding same-sex spouses would go into effect.
The recent Superior Court decision In re Adoption of M.R.D. and T.M.D. offers a new challenge in the context of who can be an adoptive parent.
Employers are often reluctant to speak with new moms who are breastfeeding or pumping regarding how their nursing will impact the workplace.
Our partner Elizabeth Litten and I were quoted by our good friend Marla Durben Hirsch in her recent article in Medical Practice Compliance Alert entitled “Doctor is Arrested for Stealing Thousands of Patient Records.”
Last week, the Department of Justice (DOJ) announced a $110,000 settlement of a fair housing case filed in November 2013 in which the owner/management of a condominium community in Minnesota was accused of discriminating against families with children.
I just returned from a vacation to France. Upon my return and hearing where I traveled to, a lot of people wanted to know how the trip was.
Supreme Court Sides with USDOL On Its Right to Issue New Guidance On Exempt Status of Mortgage Brokers
USDA is actively tracking and reporting on the continued spread of highly pathogenic H5N2 Avian Influenza virus in backyard flocks, commercial flocks and wild birds throughout the United States.
More and more divorcing couples are electing to engage in mediation outside of the courthouse in an effort to amicably resolve issues of property division and alimony.