In a post argument SCOTUScast available on the Federalist Society website, Professor Richard Epstein discusses the case of
In a case that we have been following and posted about previously, the Utah Supreme Court answered “no” in a 4-1 split decision; the Court's lengthy opinion and dissent
At the China Law Blog, Dan Harris asks and explores this question with regard to foreign companies that are getting called out on employment matters by Chi
At the Employment & Labor Insider, Robyn Shea asks and explores this question while analyzing a
The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) reported about Louisiana State University’s (LSU) recent firing of associate professor Teresa Buchanan for al
At the New England Non-Compete and Trade Secrets Digest blog, Mark Whitney offers some practical tips for minimizing risks associated with employee mobility.
Unpaid internships have long been a hallmark of many businesses, particularly in the entertainment industry. Many business owners, even sophisticated managers, do not realize how heavily regulated unpaid internships can be, and they ignore such regulation to their peril.
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