We’ve all seen automobile bumper stickers such as, “Keep honking, I’m reloading,” and yard signs such as, “Trespassers will be shot, survivors will be shot again.” These clever and funny messages grab our attention. But is it wise to display them?
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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Robert Kaplan at the law firm of Kaplan Voekler Cunningham & Frank PLC is dispelling myths surrounding Regulation A+.
In the April 17 – 30 issue of the New Hampshire Business Review, attorney Bobbie Hantz suggests attention to (and offers tips regarding) various documents and laws—including d
Catherine Rajwani of the Harbor Law Group has sober advice for a stressful situation: "
The New York Business Divorce blog excerpts a new section in the forthcoming 2015 edition to
At Electronic Discovery Law, Daniel Miller and Bree Kelly introduced their recent article titled “E-Discovery in 2015: Will You Feel
At the California Employment Law Report, Anthony Zaller highlights—and offers brief suggestions for addressing—five errors
Mary Casey of the Harbor Law Group has authored a succinct piece summing up a number of different