In an article in the March 21 – April 3 issue of the New Hampshire Business Review, attorney Beth Deragon notes that “the answer is not as clearly drawn as an employer might like.”
Jonathan Adler blogs on the Volokh Conspiracy about these two issues.
We have previously looked at issues surrounding the contractual enforceability of settlement agreements.
Delaware Law Weekly is reporting that the Honorable Leo Strine has been confirmed by the Delaware General Assembly as the next Chief Justice of the
The Fraser Institute has issued its 2013 report on economic freedom in North America. Very interesting methodology and some surprising (and not-so-surprising) results.
In a recent post, Eugene Volokh briefly analyzes the US Supreme Court cases leading up to the Religious Freedom Restoration Act of 1993 (RFRP).
In Cooper Tire & Rubber Company v. Apollo (Mauritius) Holdings Pvt. Ltd, C.A. No. 8980-VCG (Del. Ch. Nov.
In a recent post titled “May Employer Fire Employee Based on Employee’s Reasonable On-the-Job Self-Defense?,” Eugene Volokh analyzes cases where an employer termi
Ronald Coase, one of the pioneers of the field of law and economics and author of the most frequently cited law review article of all time, has died. He was 102.
In Cook v. Patient Edu, LLC, 2013 WL 2501940 (Mass.), the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court has held that under Massachusetts state law (specifically, the Wage Act), managers of a limited liability company can be found liable for unpaid wages to employees of the LLC.