...plaintiffs' claims after a suit was filed in the Northern District of Illinois late last year rendered moot the same plaintiffs' proposed class action in...
...Peter Flynn, Circuit Court of Cooke County, Chancery Division, Illinois State Courts. All three are provocative speakers, and the trio...
Originally Published: Law Technology News
A federal judge has certified two classes of juveniles and their parents in a suit following the "kids-for-cash" scandal in Luzerne County
Citizens Bank dodged a multimillion-dollar bullet when a federal jury in Pittsburgh agreed with its designation of assistant branch managers as salaried employees not eligible for overtime compensati
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
Municipalities aren't the sophisticated issuers of securities their corporate counterparts may be, but that doesn't give them a pass under the law
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
...pages of an applicant's social media. Seven states Arkansas, California, Illinois, Maryland, Michigan, New Mexico and Utah have social media privacy laws...
New York lawyers must disclose on their biennial registration forms how many pro bono hours they provided and the amount of financial contributions they made to pro bono programs during the previous
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
A former Flaster Greenberg associate has sued the firm, alleging she was fired soon after she notified the firm's human resources department that the shareholder she was working under was creating a
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