In his Employment Issues column, Littler Mendelson's Philip M. Berkowitz discusses some cases coming before the U.S. Supreme Court that involve affirmative action and identifying which employees qual
...results on Tuesday. Nevertheless, some might argue that, despite a Democratic-controlled Congress during his first two years in office, the president didn...
...the names are all present or prospective members of Congress (respectively, a Democratic congressman from Indiana running for Senate; a Democratic candidate for a House...
Emmanuel Gaillard, a partner at Shearman & Sterling and also is a professor of law at University of Paris XII, writes that Article 25(1) of the Convention on the Settlement of Investment Disputes bet
...the Guantanamo Administrative Review Board ("ARB")1 "or otherwise...to the functioning of a democratic society, needed to check against...
Ralph DeSena, head of litigation for broker-dealer RBC Capital Markets Corp., writes that unless and until a national rule is enacted, the Court of Appeals decision holding statements on a Form U-5 a
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