Thought leaders from around the world contribute their perspectives on landmark cases, new legislation, and legal perspectives on new technologies, business practices, and civil procedure.
Donald L. Sapir
By letting advertisers target men in job postings, Facebook may be contributing to gendered discrimination.
Mariano Roca López
Despite its apparent triviality, individuals’ tax residence can in practice have significant consequences for their pockets.
The Delaware bankruptcy judge presiding over the Takata case on Monday granted the debtors’ request to extend the freeze on lawsuits connected to its dangerously defective airbag inflators through late February for individual claims, but will revisit a stay on state enforcement actions in 30 days.
William W. Hurst
Some Uber drivers earn well below the minimum wage rate per hour.
James M. Paul
EEOC files suit to require emotional support dog on truck route.
Patrick J. Perotti
In the world of class actions, one well-executed idea can make an entire career.
Business immigration attorneys have a challenging task. Clients, typically large multinationals, have high expectations.
James H. Chalat
Preventing Mass Shootings
In today’s changing legal landscape, businesses and private individuals are demanding greater service delivered in a more transparent way.
The #MeToo movement has brought unprecedented attention to the problem of sexual assault and abuse. Litigating civil cases along these lines can be tricky, though. Here’s an overview.
How Workers' Compensation Is Setting Up a Legal Battle
Mediation, Negotiation, Lawsuit
Kelly S. Hughes
Obsessive-compulsive and anxiety disorders are far more common among lawyers than other professionals. It’s past time to address the problem.
Brian J. MacDonough
A new case in Massachusetts clarifies something important about the standards to be met in workplace harassment cases.
Ann E. Evanko
New York's Stop Sexual Harassment Act goes into effect in October 2019.
Nonnie L. Shivers
Top employment cases of 2017 with a look at 2018.
NYC employers can no longer ask job applicants about their compensation history.
R. Scott Oswald
If a government supplier quietly ignores vital rules but still bills taxpayers as if it had complied, can it be held liable under the federal False Claims Act — even if it never directly lies about its compliance?
Martha J. Schoonover
The recent raids of dozens of 7-Eleven stores by U.S. immigration agents and the corresponding arrest of 21 individuals for immigration-related violations were widely covered as the largest immigrant enforcement crackdown undertaken by the Trump administration to date.
Thomas J. Nichols
So you're thinking of going into business with somebody else? Maybe a friend or a family member. Or perhaps somebody who already is a business acquaintance. There are a couple things that you might want to consider as you think about going into a venture with a partner.
Hugh F. Murray III
Another Challenge to NCAA’s Financial Structure
Maureen E. Carr
Six strategies to avoid costly liability.
Ann E. Evanko and Katherine L. Wood
Can social change be sped up via legislation? A key provision of the recent tax-law overhaul, clearly written with #MeToo in mind, suggests it can.
Patricia H. Thompson
Very simply, delay in dispute resolution is bad for business.
Heather A. Owen
In fact, the representation of women and minorities in leadership positions has decreased over recent years.
Bernard J. Bobber
The dangerous intersection of racial bigotry and labor law.
Ann Holden Kendell
David Denisenko and Alexei Dingin