Paul Hyl, a partner at Genser Dubow Genser & Cona, reviews the different classes of digital assets - personal, social media, financial and business - and what to keep in mind when planning for them,
...New Hampshire have come to the opposite conclusion. The debate centers on the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005, which...
In their Law and Children column, Andrew Schepard, Lauris Wren and Theo Liebmann, professors at Hofstra University School of Law, write that as the number of authorized and unauthorized immigrants in
In his Criminal Law column, Ken Strutin, director of legal information services at the New York State Defenders Association, discusses how rapidly evolving technologies may be prosecuted and litigate
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In his Employment Law Issues column, Philip M. Berkowitz, a shareholder of Littler Mendelson, writes: Broad anti-Muslim sentiments, anticipated by the EEOC immediately after Sept. 11, have not risen
Russell Penzer, a partner at Lazer, Aptheker, Rosella & Yedid, and Maryam Parvaneh, an associate with the firm, discuss the impact that the state of the job market should have on the calculation of d
Lawyers are followers, seldom leaders and probably not cut out for entrepreneurship. So insinuated Carly Fiorina in a New York Times interview prior to her celebrated ouster as C.E.O. of Hewlett-Pack
...Wireless Internet Use: "An April 2009 survey conducted by the Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project asked respondents whether they had...
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