Every Friday after office hours, a convoy of food trucks has been rolling into North Oakland to set up shop. They have been doing this since the middle of June and every time they turn up, they were able to
A revamped law that requires cell phone retailers to inform consumers about radiation levels in the devices they sell will again be voted upon by San Francisco officials. The debate around the law encapsulates present arguments about the link between
The Dodd-Frank financial oversight law, on the surface, appears to be in a lot of trouble. Regulators are several months behind in rulemaking, Republicans were able to hold hostage the agency funding for the law, and it looks like the
In Arizona, medical-marijuana dispensaries cannot operate their business while waiting for the judge to rule on Proposition 203. However, this does not necessarily prevent cardholders from looking for and finding pot.
A handful of clubs have started to pop-out in the
LexisNexis, a long-time leader in providing innovative solutions for the legal industry, may actually make use of Microsoft’s Dynamics platform in building a product meant for much smaller firms. It is also considering of rebuilding InterAction, and have it also
In order to provide solutions to the country’s deficit, the president targets pharmaceutical giants such as Merck & Co. and Pfizer Inc. for cuts on Medicare. According to the president, these pharmaceutical companies were still doing well because of the
The issuance of licenses to cafés that operate Internet sweepstakes was under a moratorium. This was implemented by their local leaders due to the gray areas that surround the legality of running Internet sweepstakes.
These Internet cafes are those that provide
According to the National Association for Law Placement (NALP), the salaries of those who have just graduated from law school has decreased. Based on 2010 law school graduates, their median starting salaries fell by 13%. Their mean salary also fell
International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) qualified members would be entitled to scholarship grants from Workshare, so that these members may be able to attend the 2011 ILTA Conference which would be held in Nashville, Tennessee. Three scholarships would be given
The tough Alabama immigration law has prompted a number of undocumented immigrants to go back to their home countries. Most of them have decided to leave the United States before September 1, the date when the law would take effect.
Pillsbury’s Global Energy Industry team, in conjunction with its Annual Energy Conference, has issued a video news release called “Between Risk & Reward: Navigating the U.S. Energy Landscape.” This video highlights the challenges and opportunities in the U.S. energy sector
Members of the very sweet industry in the state of Wisconsin are increasingly getting frustrated. A measure that was passed last year to help honey makers in Wisconsin has not been implemented yet.
Of the 900 producers of honey in Wisconsin,