Nothing draws a crowd of lawyers like the chance to listen to judges, especially when the agenda includes the likes of United States District Court Judge Shira Scheindlin and Magistrate Judge James F
Originally Published: Law Technology News
For the fifth year in a row, U.S. employers have seen an increase in the number of wage-and-hour lawsuits filed against them in federal court, according to calculations by the Federal Judicial Center
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
Bob may be interested in the theoretical issues of the law. His clients? They want results. But they do not want to pay a bundle to get those results
...can recruit the best women volleyball players from the beach towns of California and Florida. They are able to do this by creating and maintaining...
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has conditionally vetoed a bill that would bar employers from demanding social media IDs from employees and applicants
Originally Published: New Jersey Law Journal
...equipment." Since the Rigmaiden case was investigated in Northern California, ...
Originally Published: The Recorder
Much — perhaps too much — has been written about the skills one needs to obtain a legal job
Kelli Baugh's menstrual cramps were becoming severe. Sex was extraordinarily painful, and no amount of feminine products could stanch her excessive bleeding. So in 2006, she went to her doctor, who s
Originally Published: National Law Journal
...applies to statements presented as assertions of fact, not opinion. As one California court explained in Ibarra v. Carpinello, 2011 Cal. App. Unpub...
The use of social media has expanded significantly in recent years. Indeed, one would be hard-pressed to identify a person under 65 who doesn't have a Facebook, LinkedIn or Twitter account that he or
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