The contention of Direct Marketing Association was favoured by the court in its case against the state of Colorado and its new tax law. The US District Court for the District of Colorado granted last January 26 the motion for
A website dedicated to providing “crowd sourced” answers to various legal questions posed by different companies in California, most especially startups, is receiving $600,000 funding from individual investors and from Google Ventures.
LawPivot, the website receiving the funding, could actually disrupt
Those who advocate for the use and propagation of marijuana has made a strange alliance with those belonging to law enforcement, as well as with government officials, in order to give support to a major proposal that would have the
Walter L. Griffith Jr., the Luzerne County Controller, has requested the county commissioners Thursday to consider taking legal action against Greater Wilkes-Barre Chamber of Business and Industry. This is allegedly due to the failure of the Chamber to put $950,000
Advertising legal notices of meetings, bids, job openings and other information that the public sees in newspapers may soon stop. This developed as the Legislature is poised to allow local government to publish similar information in government websites.
Newspaper executives, as
The new Net neutrality rule of the Federal Communications Commission is being legally challenged by Verizon Communications.
The communications giant has filed an appeal with the U.S. Court of Appeals challenging the Report and Order of the FCC on the rules
A set of recommendations aimed at overhauling the auto service contract telemarketing industry has been released by the Attorney General of Missouri, Chris Koster.
Among his recommendations include requiring licenses for contract sellers, as well as implementing tougher protections. These would
Florida State Rep. William Snyder has announced that some sections of his proposed bill, which could radically alter and amplify Florida’s immigration enforcement, have been changed. This was revealed by Snyder during a meeting with immigrant advocates.
The proposed bill, which
The Board of Trustees of the Village of Saranac Lake is meeting Monday night to discuss whether it should continue fighting a 6-year legal battle which already cost village taxpayers at least $250,000 million.
The village board is scheduled to vote
Attorneys attending the annual meeting of the New York State Bar Association were asked yesterday by Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg to support changes to tort laws. Mr. Bloomberg said that the changes could save the city tens, or even hundreds,