...McClelland, Maier & Neustadt; Jeffrey Fougere, Rothwell, Figg, Ernst & Manbeck; Erika Arner, Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner. Location: D.C. Bar...
.... The propriety of labor unions' Beck notices. In Communications Workers...
A LinkedIn profile update alerting a user's contacts about her new job did not necessarily constitute a solicitation of business that ran afoul of her non-compete agreement, a Massachusetts trial jud
A Boston federal judge has kept alive a copyright case that sprang from a bitter dispute between two bloggers on opposite poles of the home birthing debate
Robert Rogers joins Steptoe & Johnson's intellectual property department as senior counsel. Plus more law firm movers in this week's column
The announcement of the U.S. Supreme Court rulings in two highly anticipated legal battles over same-sex marriage drew cheers from gay rights proponents and vows from opponents to continue the fight
The revolving door makes the Washington legal market go round and, lately, it's starting to spin faster between the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and law firms eager to snap up talent
Conservative politicians are piggybacking on Attorney General Eric Holder Jr.'s troubles to raise money or their profiles. Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas) went so far as to post a political attack ad-styl
...will focus on providing clients with employment law guidance. Previously, Dambeck was a partner at Stark & Stark. Fox...
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