The Kauffman Foundation, an authoritative source for research on entrepreneurship, recently released a report on the employment impact of a so-called startup visa. Based on extensive research and ana
...percent of employees have dated a more senior person within the company hierarchy (among which 42 percent have dated their direct supervisor). The survey further...
...we're indebted to the survivors who have put pressure on the hierarchy and the papacy." Benedict, ...
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A federal judge has signed off on a large portion of a class action brought on behalf of certain investors in BP PLC shares who sued the company and its senior executives for alleged securities fraud
Originally Published: National Law Journal
On November 3, 2012, the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) published its new Permit Decision Guarantee for activities subject to environmental permitting. With the Permit Deci
Here is a common approach to legal writing: To avoid any potential claim of waiver, every possibly relevant fact together with all conceivably relevant legal concepts must appear somewhere within the
Six judges, including some of the most prominent members of the Philadelphia bench, filed a lawsuit today in Commonwealth Court challenging as unconstitutional the requirement that all Pennsylvania j
It's been said that the fair value of assets and liabilities (like beauty) is in the eye of the beholder. This is categorically not true when it comes to counseling clients as they prepare financial
...legal career. I like to refer to it as my Three-Level Hierarchy of Appreciation. The Three-Level Hierarchy of Appreciation is, of...
With the Philadelphia priest sex-abuse trial expected to go the jury today, a prosecutor argued that a Catholic Archdiocese of Philadelphia official lied to an investigating grand jury that he couldn
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