The Third Circuit recently ruled on how specific allegations of unpaid overtime hours must be, finding that the plaintiff must plead specifically that he or she worked overtime hours in a given week.
Seldom has there been a more acerbic rejection of a Circuit-specific body of law than the Supreme Court’s reversal of the Second Circuit’s rulings…
Vergara v. State of California, No. BC484642 (LA Sup. Ct. 06/10/2014), a trial decision made final on August 28, holds that specified California statutes…
The digital revolution has caused tremendous growth in the volume of documents stored and collected electronically. It has also caused the creation of new sources of digital data, one of the most significant of which is social media. As a direct outgrowth of mobile and Web-based technologies providing the basis of interactive communication, individuals and whole communities are able to share, discuss and modify user-generated content. The result thus far includes sites such as Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat and many others.
In Silvester v. Harris, No. 1:11-CV-2137 AWI SAB (ED Cal. 08/25/14), a federal trial court held that Penal Code sections 26815(a) and 27540(a), which require ten days between purchase and delivery of a firearm, are unconstitutional under the Second Amendment as to those who have already been previously cleared for weapons possession by reason of a previous firearm purchase or possession of a concealed weapon carry permit.
When it comes to eDiscovery services, the “puck” is headed with great speed towards managed services delivery models.
When employers hear the news that their employee is pregnant, many do not know what to do.
Implementing a patient agreement to protect against physician liability for patient abuse of prescription painkillers...
This article discusses whether or not individuals with prior criminal convictions are precluded from obtaining a job
The recent America Invents Act both modified and created procedures for challenging patents in proceedings before the United States Patent and Trademark Office (PTO) after they have been issued, which are called post grant reviews (PGRs).