The former president of the Association of California Insurance Companies (ACIC), Samuel Sorich, has joined the firm of Barger & Wolen as Of Counsel on June 15. Sorich, who has served the insurance industry for over 30 years, will also
A revised state law, which was recently signed by Texas Gov. Rick Perry, promises to make it tough for dishonest employers to manipulate the wages of their employees.
KFOX 14 revealed last week that several dozens of construction workers, including Rick
Last week, a New York appellate court ruled that a Reston-based company, which tracks and transfers electronically millions of mortgages, did not have the right to foreclose on a property or assign the mortgage it does not actually own. The
The introduction of the E-Verify bill could have a lasting impact on everyone from migrant workers to the president of the United States of America.
The Legal Workforce Act, which was introduced Tuesday by Rep. Lamar Smith, a Republican from Texas,
Attorneys general in thirty-eight states are planning to legally challenge a proposed class-action settlement which they said could potentially make it harder for state law-enforcement personnel to regulate debt collectors.
The proposed settlement involves an agreement entered into by Encore Capital
The probe on the mortgage industry has reportedly been expanded by New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, who is not requesting some documents from a couple of financial institutions that acted as trustees for mortgage bond trusts.
Bloomberg News revealed Monday
Medical marijuana regulators in Colorado have teamed up with local law enforcement agencies to help them in shutting down illegal commercial pot cultivations, as well as prosecute those operating them.
By far, the state of Colorado is the only one in
The West Michigan furniture company, Nucraft, warmly welcomed the rebounding of the legal industry.
According to Matt Schad, Nucraft’s director of marketing and business development, who was also a practicing attorney before he joined the family business, “The legal department took
Dozens of real estate appraisers in Florida are being accused of allegedly inflating appraisal values in the lawsuits filed by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp against two of the country’s biggest appraisal management companies.
Out of the 89 Florida appraisers
Coffee, energy drinks or talking to his mobile phone were not enough to keep bus driver Kin Yiu Cheung awake after a long night. According to court documents, approximately an hour before the break of dawn, or almost 7 hours
Lawsuits challenging the federal government’s approval of an offshore exploration plan of Shell Oil Co. present a major test of the power of regulators to rapidly evaluate deep-water drilling projects.
In two separate but intertwining filings, conservationists argue that the government
In a judgment that will not be well-received by heavyweights in the tech industry, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled against the software giant in the closely watched Microsoft vs. i4i case, rejecting Microsoft’s argument to lower the evidentiary requirement to