DEI programs are under fire but many companies continue to prioritize diversity efforts

Jeanine Conley Daves talks about how companies can move forward with their IE&D programs while grappling with political backlash and legal challenges. American City Business Journals View (Subscription required.) Source link Reach... Read more »

Thomson Reuters Is Shutting Down Its Firm Central Law Practice Management Software

Thomson Reuters is shutting down its Firm Central law practice management software and will discontinue support for the product after Sept. 30, 2024. Thomson Reuters launched Firm Central in 2013 at a... Read more »
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The Special Counsel Isn’t Saying Judge Cannon Is A Moron. But …

Next week, Judge Aileen Cannon will hold a hearing under § 4 of the Classified Information Procedures Act to determine what classified evidence the government will be forced to disclose in the... Read more »

Department of Justice, NC Attorney General Reach Discriminatory L

On February 5, the DOJ and North Carolina’s attorney general announced a $13.5 million settlement deal with a large regional bank over redlining allegations. In their complaint, filed in federal court of the Middle District... Read more »

Meta Oversight Board to examine misleading posts shared during Australia Voice Referendum – JURIST

Meta’s (META.O) oversight board announced Friday it will examine two cases on how the media giant handled potentially misleading posts shared ahead of the Australian Voice referendum last year. Meta (formerly known... Read more »

What To Expect As 5th Circ. Mulls Broader NLRB Remedies

Alex MacDonald explains the key questions in the first test of a National Labor Relations Board ruling that threatens to make employers pay more to workers whose rights they violate. Law360 Employment... Read more »

This City Is Seeing Some Noteworthy Growth

Ed. Note: Welcome to our daily feature Trivia Question of the Day! According to data compiled as part of Wells Fargo’s year-end survey, of the eight regions in the United States tracked,... Read more »

SEC Final Rules on SPAC IPOs and De SPAC Transactions

On January 24, 2024, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) adopted final rules (the “Final Rules”) related to special purpose acquisition companies (SPACs) and de-SPAC transactions.[1] The Final Rules are intended to provide... Read more »

Supreme Court of Canada rules against challenge to indigenous family services law – JURIST

The Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) ruled Friday against the province of Quebec’s challenge to the constitutionality of the child welfare provisions in the Act respecting First Nations, Inuit and Métis children,... Read more »

#SuperBowlLVIII: On Super Bowl Sunday, Remember That Football Players Are Workers!

Recently, we have seen workers in a variety of industries demanding their rights, whether it is higher wages, better benefits, or more personal freedom. They often make their case in ways that surprise... Read more »

What Will Take The Billable Hour’s Place? – See Also

OGC’s Managing Partner Has A Few Ideas: Read here. Fed. Ct. Of Appeals Pushes Newman Off E-mails: Cold coworkers. The Jeff Foxworthy Reference Isn’t The Weird Part: Strange bedfellows in the courtroom.... Read more »

California Law Change Regarding Noncompete Agreements

Recent changes in California law require employers’ immediate attention. The California State Legislature recently passed AB 1076 and SB 699, making post-employment noncompete clauses in the employment context illegal, unenforceable, and void... Read more »
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