Labeling Litigation Since the early 2000s, litigation stemming from food labeling has grown to record proportions. California, which leads the nation in food labeling cases, continues as the primary jurisdiction for the majority of the filings. This has caused some people use the term “food court” when referring to the U.S. District Court for the […]
Archives for July 2016
Pursuing Pokemon Go Characters If you walked down the street during the past week, you probably saw more people than usual staring at their phones trying to “catch” Pokemon characters. An estimated 7.5 million people have downloaded the Pokemon Go mobile app since its launch during the first week of July.
The “ban-the-box” movement has grown across the United States. The purpose behind the movement is to encourage federal, state and local governments to enact employment laws to restrict or eliminate questions on employment applications asking applicants about their criminal history.
Now that you have decided to commit your time and resources to starting your own business, the next crucial step is making a decision about the type of structure to choose for it. The two most common structures chosen by businesses are corporations and limited liability companies (LLCs). The type of structure you select […]
We know how important data privacy and security is to your business. We also know how the legal requirements in this area are constantly evolving. To keep you up to date on the latest data breach notification laws across the United States, we’ve summarized the updates for the first half of 2016 below.
For decades, private investigators have been the time-honored method for gathering evidence to verify or refute the claimed severity of a plaintiff’s injuries. Conducting an investigation took time and added another expense to the cost of litigation services. Today, social media platforms allow defense attorneys to gather information about the personal life of a […]