Wells & Drew

The Enduring Consumer Appeal of Envelopes

Despite ever-changing trends in digital marketing, American consumers remain more receptive to direct marketing that comes in an envelope in the mail. According to a recent national online survey, 75% of consumers say they’re most likely to pay attention to
Learn more

Kansas Clinic Law Faces another Obstacle

11/15/2011   The state of Kansas is again preparing to defend itself against another lawsuit that seeks to block a new law that establishes minimum safety standards for abortion clinics. This latest lawsuit was filed by the Center for Reproductive
Learn more

D.C. Law Receives Boost from Obama

11/15/2011   When Barack Obama was elected as president, he promised more oversight, as well as a bigger role for government. For lawyers based in Washington DC, that meant more billable hours. The uptick in government, the regulatory and public
Learn more

Other Immigrant Groups In Alabama Less Concerned Than Latinos About Immigration Law

11/14/2011 The tough new law of Alabama that targets illegal immigrants has provoked a great degree of concern among Hispanics, which even caused some to leave the state. However, members of other immigrant groups seem to be less worried. Mai
Learn more

Foreclosure Victims Mocked by Law Firm in Halloween Party

11/14/2011   One of New York’s largest law firms was put in a bad light when it was revealed that its employees openly ridiculed the victims of the housing crisis during the Halloween party that the firm hosted. The law
Learn more

E-Verify System Embraced by Employers in California

11/13/2011   As more employers in Bay Area screen their new hires through an immigration verification system, many illegal immigrants will find it harder to secure a job. From corporate giants like Chevron and Apply to the non-profit Kaiser Permanente
Learn more

Case About Inhumane Treatment of Pigs Reaches U.S. Supreme Court

11/13/2011   A lot of cases regarding inhumane treatment, cruelty and executions have already been decided by the U.S. Supreme Court, but until now, there was none concerning pigs. The case regarding “non-ambulatory pigs” involves a heated row between the
Learn more

Candidate Express Interest in Vacant Senate Seat

11/12/2011   Although the event was advertised as a candidate forum, it immediately changed into a battle among the participants trying to stand out in a crowded arena for a lone vacant state Senate seat. Seven out of nine District
Learn more

HP Backtracks and Keeps PC Unit

11/12/2011   Technology giant Hewlett-Packard, which is based in Palo Alto, California, announced on Thursday afternoon that it is keeping its PC business after all. On August 19, the tech firm said that it would spin off or sell its
Learn more

MERS Sued By Delaware Amid Claims Of Mortgage Deception

11/11/2011   Delaware has joined today what is becoming a mounting legal battle against the mortgage industry, alleging in a Chancery Court suit that consumers who are facing foreclosure were intentionally misled and deceived by the firm that should have
Learn more