...in 39 states will be obese. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) does not specifically track the number of ADA obesity cases, but...
Originally Published: National Law Journal
...the judge under the Pullman doctrine, after Railroad Commission of Texas v. Pullman Co. , would have forced Carton into state...
...1901 act it replaced. Notably, the report of the Joint State Government Commission, which sponsored the 1963 act, stated that the more general definition was...
View the items of the February 2008 New Partners Supplement
Welcome to our sixth annual Lawyers on the Fast Track Supplement. Each year we at ALM take this opportunity to recognize young lawyers across the state who have worked tirelessly in their professiona
Court Interpreter Bill Gets Hearing Harrisburg The Senate Judiciary Committee conducted a public hearing last week on legislation that would bring Pennsylvania in line with other states in providing
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