Shareholder activism was at the forefront of major corporate events during 2013. Proxy fights at Hess, the Dell takeover, and feuds over capital allocation at Apple substantiate recent observations t
Without question, one of the topics civil rights lawyers like to discuss (and argue over) most is the issue of attorney fees. After all, getting paid for the work we do is typically the icing on the
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...the unspoken "bargain" that exists on social media and other interactive websites, namely, that privacy sacrifices in the form of targeted marketing and...
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
The American Psychiatric Association released a new edition of its Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, known as the DSM-5, on May 18. Although the manual is primarily used by psych
...disability discrimination. Reasonable Accommodations and the Interactive Process Under the Americans with Disabilities Act, an employer...
...an employer is expected to timely respond and engage in the interactive process with the employee to determine if the requested accommodation is necessary...
Three female sales representatives working for the same manager at Eli Lilly & Co. brought suit against the company for sexual harassment and other types of discrimination
...sites have user agreements in place, they typically have no initial vetting process or filter between users and posts. Users can post whatever they want...
After going five months without a chief marketing officer, Morgan, Lewis & Bockius is poaching from Latham & Watkins to fill the void. Despina Kartson, who has served as Latham's top marketing execut
Originally Published: the_am_law_daily
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