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A hidden excise tax can sneak up on employees receiving reimbursements for relocating.
General counsel at U.S. financial institutions this week began the arduous task of figuring out how to comply with the Volcker Rule, a complex rule that imposes new regulatory tasks on companies.
Former Google Inc. deputy general counsel Michelle Lee, who is currently the director of the United States Patent and Trademark Office's Silicon Valley satellite office, has been appointed Deputy Under Secretary of Commerce for Intellectual Property and Deputy Director of the PTO.
If your employee personnel files look like a scene from Home Alone—post-parental departure—then it may be time to clean up the mess.
In the high-stakes fight over federal legislation to legalize Internet poker, businesses looking to cash in on online gambling may need a fifth ace to move the bill through this Congress. But Rep. Joe Barton (R-Texas) could be the answer to their prayers.
As members of the House and Senate intelligence committees stand behind the embattled spies at the National Security Agency, the politicians are being supported by top intelligence service contractors who have donated some $3.7 million.
Teasing a coworker may not be solid enough for a sexual harassment claim, but employers could be liable for "negligent infliction of emotional distress," according to an Idaho Supreme Court decision.
There are laws worse than the Telephone Consumer Privacy Act. Yet, if you are a U.S. business, you will be hard pressed to identify one with more irrational remedies for worthy objectives.
Alcoholism may be considered a disability, but that doesn?t mean employers have to put up with it.
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