Just a couple of months after the anti-illegal immigration law of Alabama went into effect, a number of industries may soon find themselves paying more for a legal guest-worker program.
A change made by the U.S. Department of Labor to the
It was another legal defeat for Las Vegas-based Righthaven LLC when a sixth judge ruled Friday that it did not have a legal standing to file lawsuits on copyright infringement.
The copyright infringement lawsuit filed by Righthaven against news gatherer NewsBlaze
The governor of the state of Nevada, Gov. Brian Sandoval, has announced today his intention to convene the Gaming Policy Committee to deliberate on issues regarding technology and the modernization of the Nevada gaming industry.
Speaking at the Gaming Law Conference
As the state of New York move closer to approving the contentious gas-drilling method called hydro-fracking, environmental groups and a number of state lawmakers are advocating legal changes to the traditional tort litigation to help property owners seeking compensation if
One month after deciding to maintain the course on its medical marijuana dispensary ordinance, the City Council of Eureka executed a complete reversal of its position when it passed a 45-day moratorium on the permitting of marijuana dispensaries within city
The city of Warrant and Patriot Water Treatment LLC are taking legal action in response to the unfavorable rulings on their permits to operate that were handed down by the office of Ohio Attorny General Mike DeWine and the state’s
Workers cut romaine heads with quick strokes of the blade from a field on a cool October morning. They accurately shave off the greenest of the exterior leaves and pass the crisp romaine hearts to a bagger, who then systematically
The state of Kentucky has seemingly turned into a battleground in the fight regarding for-profit colleges. The state’s attorney general, Jack Conway, is currently investigating seven for-profit colleges from his office in Frankfort. He tried to join a whistleblower lawsuit
An official of the State Water Commission in North Dakota complained that the Corps of engineers is acting like it owned the waters in Lake Sakakawea.
Robert Shaver yesterday told the members of the commission that the Corps thinks it has
A federal lawsuit filed by an inmate against workers at the privately-run California prison, where he suffered injuries in an accident seemed unlikely to sway Supreme Court justices.
In a case that have been closely monitored by the country’s thriving private