Robin Shea
LGBT Charges Are Rolling In, EEOC Commissioner Says

Chai Feldblum, a Commissioner of the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, recently presented an update on the EEOC’s handling of charges alleging sexual orientation and gender identity discrimination. At the meeting, reported this week...

John Holmquist
Not Your Typical Independent Contractor Case

The Michigan court of appeals does not frequently have the opportunity to review cases dealing with the issue of whether an individual is an independent contractor or an employee. In Cole v. Bada Bing Club and Atlantis Lounge [ an enhanced version of...

Peter Miller
Ohio Businesses Leaving Tax Money on the Table

Ohio Republican Gov. John Kasich and the Republican-dominated state legislature have been doing their level best to attract businesses to the Buckeye state. Under this commerce-wooing regime, small businesses have been graced with a 50 percent tax deduction...

Thomas Fox
Hammer Films’ Frankenstein and the Monster of Corruption in Brazil

Today we celebrate the initial two Hammer Films Frankenstein entries into the horror pantheon. These classic films, from the 1950s, were the The Curse of Frankenstein and The Revenge of Frankenstein. In both films Peter Cushing played the monster’s...

Mike Koehler
Friday FCPA Roundup for Week Ending Oct. 24

This article was reprinted with permission from FCPA Professor SEC administrative proceedings, a sorry state of affairs, voluntary disclosure calculus, nice payday but what was really accomplished, and for the reading stack. It’s all here in...

Tom Moylan
Defense Verdict Returned In 1st DePuy Pinnacle Hip Bellwether Case

DALLAS — (Mealey’s) Jurors in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas on Oct. 23 returned a defense verdict for DePuy Orthopaedics Inc. and parent company Johnson & Johnson in the first Pinnacle hip multidistrict litigation...