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U.S. DOL Reinstates Wage and Hour Division Opinion Letter Process

USA - July 6 2017 The United States Department of Labor (DOL) recently reinstated the Wage and Hour Division opinion letter process, which ended about seven years ago

Court battle rages over the estate of a prominent military novelist Tom Clancy

USA - January 28 2016 A Baltimore judge recently ruled that Tom Clancy’s widow is not responsible for a multi-million dollar tax bill on the best-selling author’s $83

Television Station Challenging the Denial of Public Access to an Official Court Recording

USA - July 6 2017 A Fort Wayne television station is challenging a Huntington Circuit judge’s order in the denial of public access to an official court recording

The top 10: a summary of recent professional liability cases - 2015 update

USA - September 30 2015 The heart of this work revolves around the ways in which lawyers get themselves disciplined. Several cases are cited wherein lawyers face civil

SCOTUS: Citizenship Cannot be Revoked for Immaterial Lies

USA - July 13 2017 On June 22, 2017, the United States Supreme Court held in Maslenjak v. United States that naturalized U.S. citizens cannot have their citizenship

Eleventh Circuit Ruling Furthers Appellate Split on Title VII’s Protection for Sexual Orientation

USA - July 17 2017 On July 6, 2017, the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals became the latest circuit to weigh in on whether Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964

Kentucky Court of Appeals Renders Significant Decision in Probate Case

USA - July 14 2017 On June 9, 2017, the Kentucky Court of Appeals in Wolfe v. Young rendered a significant decision in a probate case by reversing a district court

SCOTUS: Citizenship Cannot be Revoked for Immaterial Lies

USA - July 13 2017 On June 22, 2017, the United States Supreme Court held in Maslenjak v. United States that naturalized U.S. citizens cannot have their citizenship

Options Beyond the Obvious: Royalty Financing for Start-Ups

USA - July 13 2017 Most business financing is either debt or equity. A third option is "royalty financing" or “revenue-based financing” where the debtor obtains a loan

Television Station Challenging the Denial of Public Access to an Official Court Recording

USA - July 6 2017 A Fort Wayne television station is challenging a Huntington Circuit judge’s order in the denial of public access to an official court recording