When a data breach strikes, Fox has you covered with its critically acclaimed Data Breach 411 app.
She will discuss corporate and personal liability issues as well as current litigation trends.
In this second edition, he offers a thorough examination of the federal, state and local laws governing employers and employees.
Craig brings more than 30 years of experience focusing on franchise companies’ development and expansion as well as complex business disputes.
The firm’s newest blog offers insights and observations on the challenges faced by litigation attorneys in Texas.
He will be honored for building the Montgomery County Democratic Committee into one of Pennsylvania’s most effective political organizations.
Stephanie Resnick and Joseph Collins have been named Litigation Stars in the prestigious 2017 guide.
The prestigious Main Line Today list showcases women who stand out in their careers and work to shatter the glass ceiling.
Ranked as a leader in dispute resolution, Ely serves the business and litigation needs of the Russian immigrant community as well as companies in Russia and other CIS nations.
The National Law Journal highlighted the duo for their work on a series of major deals, transactions and middle-market acquisitions.
A report that Yahoo has been scanning incoming emails on behalf of U.S. intelligence officials has brought back the Edward Snowden effect – an intensified fear among the public regarding information security and privacy.
California’s Fair Pay Act, already the broadest in the nation, has now been expanded in two key aspects:
First, the Governor approved SB 1063, so that the Fair Pay Act now protects against race-based disparities in pay.
On September 7, 2015, President Barack Obama signed Executive Order 13706, Establishing Paid Sick Leave for Federal Contractors (EO). After months of comments on the proposed rules, on September 30, 2016, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) issued a Final Rule to implement Executive Order (EO) 13706.