Fully staffed labor board expected to take up matters on social media, investigations and arbitration
...to McCarter & English's Stamford office and Serotte Law in Buffalo for immigration matters. Seyfarth Shaw has handled some general employment law matters...
...agreed to a six-month moratorium to consider moving, but The Buffalo News reports that state Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has filed a...
For decades, antitrust lawyers at the U.S. Justice Department and the Federal Trade Commission have squabbled over turf, but now the two agencies are moving toward a rare level of rapport
A former lieutenant in the regime of Chilean General Augusto Pinochet faces a lawsuit in Florida federal court in the abduction, torture and killing of renowned folk singer and political activist Vic
When the country's already waited seven years to have a permanent director of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, what's another five hours? That's how long the Senate waited on
Failure to observe workers's rights can result in serious monetary or other consequences
General counsel Diana Weiss oversees a department of 75 people, including 40 lawyers and forensic accountants
National Law Journal
The June sitting of the Law School Admission Test traditionally has been the preferred date for the most organized of would-be law students — those who wanted to get a jump on the admissions pr
The murder prosecution of George Zimmerman in the death of Trayvon Martin marshaled decades of legal experience on both sides of the courtroom
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