...lawyers and their line-cutting friends. On The Volokh Conspiracy blog March 30, Carpenter said, "It was the real standing problem in...
Three years after joining Bingham McCutchen as head of the securities enforcement practice after stepping down as FINRA's enforcement chief, Susan Merrill is decamping to Sidley Austin with 10 other
In his Intellectual Property column, Stephen M. Kramarsky, a member of Dewey Pegno & Kramarsky, writes that courts initially read the "anti-circumvention" and "anti-trafficking" provisions of the Dig
...nearly every aspect of the employment life cycle, particularly recruitment and...social media websites. The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has weighed...
The National Organization for Victim Assistance argues, in a brief supporting the certiorari petition of the attorney who identified Felix Sater as the "John Doe" who had been convicted in 1998 of ra
Lawrence T. Gresser, co-founder and managing partner of Cohen & Gresser, and Elizabeth F. Bernhardt, counsel at the firm, study the oral arguments, with the benefit of perfect hindsight, to try to se
...against defendant Hamilton & Church Properties, Inc. (H&C) on his Labor Law §240(1) cause of action, and for an order granting...
...States, a policy that would defer any deportation action and allow for employment authorization to an undocumented person who had entered the United States before...
In his Criminal Law column, Ken Strutin, director of legal information services at the New York State Defenders Association, writes: The timeline of rehabilitation policies has had its peaks and vall
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