By International Business Times
Lori Landew was featured in the International Business Times article, "How One Direction Are Earning More Than Adele Even After Splitting (Temporarily).
Lori Landew was featured in the Forbes article, "The World's Highest-Paid Musicians of 2016."
By Minneapolis Business Journal
Sarah E. Gibson was featured in the Minneapolis Business Journal article, "People on the Move."
By Legaltech News
Michael Rinehart was featured in the Legaltech News article, "Lining Up the (Not So) Free Kick: How Do Law Firms Determine Tech Budgets?"
By NJ Spotlight
Steven S. Goldenberg was featured in the NJ Spotlight article, "PSE&G Gets Go-Ahead on Smaller Solar Plan, But Splits Vote at BPU."
By Vista Today
Stephanie Nolan Deviney, Ashley L. Beach, Jennifer J. Hanlin, Elizabeth Gula Hodgson, Danielle Ryan and Melissa E. Scott were featured in the Vista Today article...
By Curbed New York
Ethan Goodman was featured in the Curbed New York article, "Red Hook Residents Want More Say in Development of Norman Foster Office Complex."
By The Baltimore Sun
Dirk D. Haire was featured in The Baltimore Sun article, "Dirk Haire, Campaign Counsel to Gov. Larry Hogan, Elected To Chair Maryland State GOP."
Fox Rothschild LLP was featured in the Lexblog article, "Texas Litigation: New Blogs Joining the LexBlog Network."
By Alka Bahal
On November 18, 2016, US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) published a final rule to "improve aspects of certain employment-based nonimmigrant and immigrant visa programs."
By Nancy Yaffe
The year end is a time for reflection, and one theme in my practice this year has been the failure of managers (and some HR professionals) to fully understand the interactive process . . .
By Mark Tabakman
The DOL filed an appeal of the lower court's granting an injunction staying the implementation of the new overtime regulations.
By Jeffrey Kravitz
I was recently interviewed on The Price of Business, a talk radio show that airs on Business Talk 1110 AM KTEK in Houston.
By Mark Ashton
We have seen this before. Branch v. Jackson involved a major league baseball player.
By Heather Ries
Going back to my October post – you have come to the realization that you were not really a VIP to the Debtor and are not entitled to priority payment.