These amendments will change the way resource authority holders take or interfere with surface and underground water.
Companies are choosing to make their patents freely available to the public, to provide inspiration to future inventors.
The alert includes links to recent budget papers, judgments, legislation, reports and media releases relating to health.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission recently held a public meeting that addressed the interaction between employer-sponsored wellness programs and federal equal employment opportunity statutes enforced by the EEOC.
A discussion on why government contractors will want to review their teaming agreements following the recent decision in Cyberlock Consulting, Inc. v. Info. Experts, Inc..
The Third Circuit Court of Appeals recently ruled that a shareholder-director of a closely held family corporation was not an "employee" under Title VII, and therefore could not sue for discrimination.
A jury recently slammed Henry’s Turkey Service for $240,000,000, for exploiting intellectually disabled workers by, among other things, paying them only $65 dollars per month eviscerating turkeys on an assembly line.
On March 3, 2013, voters in Switzerland approved a referendum providing one of the world’s most onerous restrictions regarding executive compensation.
May 28th marks the anniversary of the effective date for the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act, the first bill signed into law by President Obama.
The Maritime Labour Convention, 2006 was adopted by the International Labor Organization at the 94th Maritime Session of the International Labour Convention on February 7, 2006, and will enter into force on August 20, 2013.
When the House and Senate have not agreed to a budget resolution, they may "deem" legislation to act as a budget resolution in order to move forward with the budget and appropriations process.
The House Appropriations Committee will start marking up the first fiscal year 2014 appropriations bill.
The D.C. Circuit recently vacated a National Labor Relations Board rule that would require most private sector employers to display a poster informing employees of their rights under the National Labor Relations Act, including their right to unionize.
In a recent case, a unanimous Supreme Court held that under the doctrine of patent exhaustion,the authorized sale of a patented article only gives the purchaser or any subsequent owner of the patented article the right to use or resell that article.