Fashion Law Blog > "The Skinny On Ties" by Alan Behr
"If it is true that form follows function, there is no prescribed form for an accessory that, by definition, is completely without function. For that reason, you can make it a classic…
Employer Alert - USDOL Rule Expands Reporting Requirements for Employers Engaging "Persuaders" to Address Unionization
The enactment of a new United States Department of Labor rule (which takes effect April 25, 2016) expands reporting requirements for employers who engage consultants or attorneys to…
Partner, Bruce Turkle, authors "Mindless Lawyering: Is Document Review 'The Practice Of Law'?"
The litigator highlights federal cases concerning whether a licensed attorney, as a “temporary contract attorney” reviewing documents, is entitled to overtime pay under the FLSA.
Monica McCabe Joins Intellectual Property, Litigation and Entertainment Law Practices
The veteran attorney will continue to represent financial sector service providers, manufacturers and distributors of commercial products, and entertainers.
Mark M. Elliott Shares His Thoughts on Justice Merrick Garland's Nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court
Litigation partner, Mark Elliott, shared his point of view with Law360 about the D.C. Circuit Chief Judge who was nominated by President Barack Obama on Wednesday.
Entertainment Law Partner, Helene Freeman, Quoted by the New York Law Journal
Helene comments on the high-profile court case of recording artist, Kesha, and record producer, Dr. Luke. Was the judge's decision the right one? Most attorneys say, "yes".