Young American lawyers today find it dim to land as an associate in some big law firms. Due to the economic crunch, law firms have made it a point to cut hiring. They also moved to a low-tier pay system
The arrival of migrant workers every spring, many of them undocumented workers, used to be as dependable as the turning of the seasons itself. They work their way north picking vegetables and fruits, first in the state of Florida, then
The graduates of the Thomas Jefferson School of Law, in a class action, allege that “for more than 15 years, TJSL has churned out law school graduates, many of whom have little or no hope of working as attorneys at
The May 26 decision of the Supreme Court, which upheld the right of the state of Arizona to require employers to use the controversial e-Verify system to determine the legal status of the worker, is being criticized by advocates on
There is a new bill, Senate Bill 747 (S. 747) that was introduced in the Senate which seeks to increase the weight limit of commercial trucks on the road. Those that come from the trucking industry are very amenable and
Steve Jobs, Apple’s CEO, will be coming back from a medical leave in order to announce the iCloud – a music service that will allow people to access their iTunes collection from any device that connects to the Internet. The
Radio broadcasters in Wilmington, Delaware, are bracing for an extended legal battle over the automation technology that has become the backbone of their radio stations’ operations.
Mission Abstract Data LLC, also known as DigiMedia, filed a complaint in the U.S. District
The Transportation Construction Coalition last week held its yearly “fly-in” in Washington beleaguered by nagging fears that its funding well is nearly dry.
The group is co-chaired by the Associated General Contractors of America and the American Road & Transportation Builders
Reform of the construction defect laws in the state of Nevada was moved by the leader of the Assembly Republicans to the top of his demands Sunday as legislators gathered in closed-door meetings seeking to agree on a final state
A national abortion rights group on Friday said that is in the process of preparing a legal challenge to the new abortion sonogram law in Texas, which has just been signed by Gov. Rick Perry.
During a legislative session that created
In an interview with a local daily, a Republican member of the Pennsylvania State Representatives said that he wants to reform that unemployment insurance system being used by the state. This is because as it stands now, workers are allowed
Teachers, cosmetologists, real-estate agents, as well as tens of thousands of restaurant personnel will soon have to hand over a photo ID and proof that they are in the country legally so they can get government-issued license, certificate or permit.