As recently as 2008, experts predicted a dire U.S. energy crisis by this time. In my last column, I surveyed the present positive energy landscape and
On June 29, 2017, President Donald Trump made his second group of nominations of prospective United States Attorneys. With the eight lawyers he
The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) issued a July 2014 press release announcing that it decided to recognize the validity of labor complaints
Does your human resources staff dig into MySpace, snagging pictures of applicants at bong parties and finding admissions of employees stealing boxes of copy paper?
The NLRB was not joking - complaints about your boss on Facebook could be protected speech in the employment context.
The Federal Communications Commission has revised its ex parte rules, which generally prohibit meetings with decision-making staff concerning a contested proceeding unless full disclosure of the participants and content is made on the public record.
The Subcommittee on Privacy and Internet Privacy, established by the National Science and Technology Counsel Committee on Technology released its charter earlier this month.
Google settled a class action lawsuit filed last April over alleged privacy violations stemming from their Buzz program.