I have a confession to make. I saw the Broadway play “To Kill A Mockingbird” recently.
The FTC announced a proposed rule that, if enacted, would amount to a near-total ban on the use of non-compete agreements and leave employers with fewer legal means of protecting their confidential and proprietary information.
In a mechanically operated dystopian future, robot lawyers are our only hope. They will argue our case to the Supreme Robot Counsel, assuming they can get past the metal detectors and rise above their own anti-robot sentiment. In short, we should make nice with them now.
10 Things to Know: Procedural Practice Tips for Litigating Appeals Before the State Tax Commission Administrative Tribunal
The appeal process provides an avenue for taxpayers to challenge their assessment through litigation and helps to ensure no taxpayer pays more than his or her fair share of property taxes.
My high school coach told me that for every advantage you gain, there are disadvantages. I remember this clearly — as a bench warmer, I wasn’t distracted by playing when the coach was philosophizing.
The 2023 Consolidated Appropriations Act will impose new federal requirements on employers with respect to accom-modations for pregnancy- and childbirth-related conditions and nursing mothers.
Commentary: Overview of Reassessment and the Appeal Process before the State Tax Commission Administrative Tribunal
Historically, Americans have acknowledged our nation was founded in part on the principle that the governed have a fundamental right to challenge, through due process, the actions of those who govern.
I just had the Monday-est of Mondays. I was loafing through my morning routine, walking the dog in the cold, pretending to work out, and having breakfast.
During the interview, attorneys are not allowed to question their client or mitigate the applicant’s responses. The attorney may submit a short closing statement or submit the closing in writing.
I am multilingual. Folks know this because I tell everyone all the time, almost like someone announces that they are vegan.
Five years after the beginning of the #MeToo movement, sexual assault and harassment in the workplace remain an issue.
The final decisions could have important implications not only for colleges and universities but also for public school districts.
- Immigration: Asylum-Withholding of Removal-Appellate Jurisdiction
- Criminal Law: Child Pornography-Bottom-of-Guidelines Sentence-Substantive Reasonableness of Sentence
- Criminal Law: Child Abuse-Sufficiency Of Evidence-Closing Argument
- Civil Rights: Religious Freedom-RLUIPA-Res Judicata
- Civil Practice: Res Judicata-Stop Work Order
- Immigration: Drug Conviction-Removability-Overbreadth of State Offense
- Civil Practice: Asset Forfeiture-Sanctions
- Civil Rights: Due Process-Failure to State Claim
- Probate : Revocable Trust – Amendment – Reformation
- Employer – Employee : Unpaid Commissions – At-Will Status
- Criminal Law : Post-Conviction Relief – Effectiveness Of Counsel – Conflict Of Interest
- Appellate Practice : Jurisdiction – Final Judgment
- Nurse entitled to disability benefits despite working months after accident, Supreme Court rules
- Eastern District rules 10 cases against TitleMax may proceed without arbitration
- Supreme Court declines to hear Republican appeals on abortion ballot initiatives
- Cole County jury awards $1.56 billion in Roundup case headed for appeal
- Jury gives massive award after fleeing suspect causes fatal crash
- 8th Circuit tosses suit claiming false sale prices
- Attorney general releases report on Kim Gardner investigation
- Legal Limelight: Jason C. Smith, Office Managing Partner, Spencer Fane