In many organizations, the human resources function is handled by specialists who guide managers' decision-making to ensure consistency with myriad employment laws
Recent news that the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission is looking to raise $200 million through a U.S. immigration program that gives foreign investors green cards for their investments has some quest
...Requirements In re Condemnation by PPL Elec. Util. Corp. (WMPI Land Corp.), PICS Case No. 13-1078 (Pa. Commw. May 8...
...an online document management application with Autonomy technology that competes with NetVoyage Corp.'s NetDocuments, which...
Originally Published: Law Technology News
Tuesday's statewide primary election for the sole appellate court seat on the ballot is expected to generate low turnout, which will raise the importance of external factors, like other local races t
Drinker Biddle & Reath has lost a nearly five-year-long battle to obtain deposition transcripts from an environmental suit against ExxonMobil for use in defending its own clients in other litigation
Originally Published: New Jersey Law Journal
...to ethernet technology. USEI, a nonpracticing entity, acquired the patents from 3Com Corp., a now-defunct maker of computer network products. USEI had reason to...
...When apparel maker Ralph Lauren Corp. first discovered that one of its employees had been bribing custom officials...
Originally Published: National Law Journal
A strike is looming at Legal Services NYC, a provider of civil legal services for the indigent, after union members reacted with anger to what management said was its final offer to attorneys and sta
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
...Wheelchair " Restatement (Second) of Torts Brodsky v. Costco Wholesale Corp., PICS No. 13-0920 (C.P. Montgomery April 18, 2013) Smyth, J...
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