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How Emerging Technologies, including Artificial Intelligence, are Transforming the Legal Profession

USA - May 11 2017 Emerging technologies are expected to have a significant impact on the legal profession, both in terms of new electronic devices containing...

Brett M. Anders.

Class Action Trends Report Fall 2016

USA - September 28 2016 ABC Discount Superstores prides itself on undercutting any competitor's prices dash; and on its diversity in hiring and promotions. Consequently and...

Brian T. Benkstein, Michael A. Hood, Joel P. Kelly, Daniel L. Messeloff, Kenneth C. Weafer, Douglas J. Klein, Stephanie L. Goutos, Stephanie L. Adler-Paindiris, Chad D. Bernard, Elizabeth S. Gerling, Tony H. McGrath, Paul DeCamp, Jeffrey W. Brecher, William J. Anthony, Paul Patten, L. Dale Owens, David S. Bradshaw, James A. McKenna, James M. McDonnell, Samia M. Kirmani, Richard S. Cohen, Charles F. Seemann III, Brett M. Anders, René E. Thorne, T. Chase Samples, Ashley Bryan Abel, Robert M. Pattison.

NLRB recess appointment question to be appealed to U.S. Supreme Court

USA - March 26 2013 The National Labor Relations Board announced on March 12, 2013, that it will not seek en banc rehearing of Noel Canning v. NLRB et al., Nos. 12-1115...

Steven J. Porzio, Roger P. Gilson Jr..

Deceptive home health aides not entitled to reinstatement, federal court rules

USA - March 18 2013 Home health aides who deceived their employer about their intention to strike created a reasonably foreseeable risk of imminent danger to their...

Facebook photos reveal employee dishonesty, termination of RN on FMLA leave by medical center proper

USA - March 1 2013 An RN on FMLA leave lawfully was discharged from her position at Detroit Medical Center when her employer discovered she had misrepresented her...