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Annual Labor & Employment Update 2013
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Condo Adviser: Condominium Rules and Enforcement
Condo Adviser: Adjacent Development Rights and Objections
Viewer's Guide to Gay Marriage Oral Arguments
Weekly Brief: Are Scholarships a Bait-and-Switch For Law Students?
N.Y. Anti-Terror Law Diminishes Pursuit of Terrorism: Lawyer
Weekly Brief: DOJ Memo Details Justification For Killing US Citizens
Same-Sex Marriage Cases in 90 Seconds
Obama Campaign's Top Lawyer: There Is No Voter Fraud: Video
#NBCfail: Twitter, the Olympics, Guy Adams & Justin Bieber
SCOTUS Stands By Citizens United Decision In Montana Campaign Finance Case
Attorney: Arizona Can't Implement Immigration Law Without Racial Profiling
Supreme Court Decision Could Spur New Immigration Laws
Evolving Free Speech Legislation Threatens the Rights of Property Owners
Free Speech and Shopping Malls: Resources to Help Landlords and Property Owners Stay Compliant
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On April 19, 2013, Colorado's governor signed S.B. 18 to prohibit employers from considering an applicant's or employee's credit history in employment decisions. California, Maryland, Connecticut, Hawaii, Illinois,...more
There is a lot going on in the world of coalition-led employment law and we set out below a round-up of some of the main upcoming changes of which you need to be aware. ...more
If you believe you may have a claim for violation of your privacy rights or are a party to a court case that involves the right to privacy, you may what to give this post a read.
Contact: George E. Bourguignon, Jr.,...more
This Osler Update summarizes the January 18, 2012 decision of the Ontario Court of Appeal in the Jones v. Tsige case which recognized a common law tort of "intrusion upon seclusion". This decision has potential significant...more
If you are unsure how to comply with a court order or have been accused of contempt of court or are wondering what could happen if it is found that you did not comply with a court order, then you want to give this your...more
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In federal civil rights litigation, a successful plaintiff suing a public entity may ordinarily recover his or her attorneys fees. But when the public entity defendant prevails, it may also recover its attorneys fees from the...more
Paul Levy of Public Citizen is the primary author of this brief. This description is taken from Public Citizen's website (http://www.citizen.org/litigation/forms/cases/getlinkforcase.cfm?cID=655).
Jermaine Hall, the...more
Cignet Health Center (Cignet), a provider of physician, imaging, and laboratory services, was recently ordered to pay $4.3 million as a Civil Money Penalty (CMP) for its failure to comply with the HIPAA privacy rule and its...more
Here I find that the Ninth Circuit erroneously applied a test of reasonableness to the actions of police officers where there was an independent source for evidence obtained subsequent to a warrantless seizure....more
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Published in Information and Communications Law, Routledge
It is an inevitable consequence of plausible anonymity and deliberately lax regulation that the potential for ‘virtual’ harassment or...more
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