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The Social Security Administration has revived the practice of sending out letters to employers when workers' names do not match their Social Security numbers. Here, Law360 takes a look at what employers should do to avoid the risk of immigration enforcement-related penalties.

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This is a full-time position located at the National Office in Colorado Springs. This position provides administrative support to the assistant vice president for Church Advance and Multicultural Ministries (MCM). In the performance of these duties, this position will support the overall mission of the C&MA as described below
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2–4 years of experience in a related…

Does child sponsorship work? The lives of these seven people who have graduated from Compassion's program answer that question with a resounding "yes"!

Due to the ever-changing legal landscape of labor and employment laws, this document tracks key legal changes at the federal, state, and local levels that affected Lexis Practice Advisor’s content. Alongside the key legal development, the tracker lists the date of the development (including the effective date, if applicable) and the specific documents in the Labor & Employment practice area that were updated. The tracker lists…

Arguments about money hamper many marriages. If you consider that about a third of adults with partners report that money is a big source of conflict in their relationships, it's no wonder that finan…

Michael Avenatti's legal problems continued to pile up Wednesday, with new federal charges in New York alleging he stole money from a book deal signed by his most famous ex-client, porn actress Stormy Daniels.

Elon Musk's spacecraft company SpaceX is contesting the U.S. Air Force's award of $2.2 billion in space launch development deals to three other companies, claiming in a redacted complaint unsealed Wednesday that the government ignored SpaceX's qualifications when it went with the other companies' "unbuilt" and "untested" spacecraft.

LexisNexis Newsdesk® and Nexis Uni® are finalists in 2019 SIIA Business Technology Product CODiE Awards—LexisNexis Newsdesk® for the Best Content Search & Discovery Solution category and Nexis Uni® for the Best Source for Library...

On Sunday’s finale of Game of Thrones, fan favorite Ser Bronn of the Blackwater finally got what was owed to him: a title, a castle, and enough loot to be named Westeros’ new “master of coin.” The actor who plays Bronn, Jerome Flynn, has taken an interest in coin, too – the digital kind. Flynn …

At Alliance Council 2017, John Stumbo summarizes the worldwide work of the Alliance from A.B. Simpson to today.

NEW YORK — JAMS on May 20 announced that it has opened international arbitration centers in Los Angeles and New York.

Manhattan federal prosecutors charged Chicago banker Stephen M. Calk with bribery on Thursday, accusing the ally of President Donald Trump of trying to bribe incarcerated former Trump campaign boss Paul Manafort with $16 million of loans to get a top administration post.

This practice note addresses issues regarding workplace bullying and how such conduct affects employers. Specifically, it covers the following questions related to workplace bullying:

Do you think being a millionaire is out of the question for you? Think again. If you avoid consumer debt and start investing when you're in your twenties or thirties, you can be a millionaire. Here's…

While significant steps have been made to ensure that influencers disclose paid relationships to audiences, there are several questions outstanding. Namely: How can an influencers chief trade—authenticity—be regulated? How can you prevent brand exploitation? How can regulatory technology prevent brands from being mislead?

Back when investment banks were courting Uber Technologies for the right to serve as underwriters on its hotly anticipated initial public offering, a report surfaced that Morgan Stanley’s head technology banker was actually driving for the ride-sharing service as a side gig. Maybe Michael Grimes, head of global technology investment banking at Morgan Stanley, needed …

A California federal judge has taken Qualcomm to task for what she says are the chipmaker’s anti-competitive licensing practices. Here, Law360 breaks out some of the key findings from the decision requiring the company to fundamentally alter its business model, which had required smartphone makers to license patents at “unreasonably high royalty rates.”

A California federal judge ruled Tuesday that Qualcomm's decadeslong "no license, no chips" business practice violates federal antitrust laws, handing the Federal Trade Commission a win and upending how the chipmaker negotiates standard-essential patent licenses covering smartphone technology.

This practice note addresses important items to consider when drafting and revising employee handbooks (also known as employee manuals). A well-drafted employee handbook reaffirms the nature of the employment relationship and states the terms and conditions of employment. Employee handbooks that are well-drafted, current, and legally proper are an aid for employers in defending against claims of discrimination, harassment, breach of contract, wrongful termination, and other…

Lenders quote loans in terms of both the interest rate you pay and an annual percentage rate (APR). They’re both important measures of a loan’s cost, but they account for different charges. Understan…

PRESCOTT, Ariz. — The United States must pay a Japanese teenager $1.1 million for the negligence of a tribal police officer whose continued pursuit of a drunken driver caused a head-on crash that killed her parents and brother, an Arizona federal judge ruled May 17 after a bench trial (Kaori Stearney v. United States, No. 16-08060, D. Ariz., 2019 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 83445).

Have you ever thought of the child you sponsor as a pen pal? It's a great way to teach children about the world — while encouraging a child in poverty!

During a recent court hearing, U.S. District Judge William Alsup told attorneys for Finjan and Juniper Networks they were being "obstinate," while lamenting "all the BS that goes on" in patent litigation. The judge is hardly the first to get frustrated with a patent case.

One of the most important areas for any organization and its management team to deeply understand—as well as manage, forecast, and track—is liquidity and the ability to meet obligations as they come due. Lack of liquidity is often the root cause behind why any organization becomes financially distressed. Liquid assets are defined as cash and other assets that are easily converted to cash such as stocks…

This practice note addresses how to counsel employers to manage the risks that accompany employee social media use. In today’s global business environment, social media plays an integral role in how businesses operate as companies seek to leverage the unparalleled reach and influence of online communities to increase brand awareness, to better understand market perception, and to market products or services. Not only do companies use…

Gordon Caplan, the former co-chair of Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP, pled guilty Tuesday in Boston federal court to paying $75,000 to the mastermind of the "Varsity Blues" nationwide college admissions scheme to have a proctor alter his daughter’s ACT exam answers.

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee (D) signed legislation ( SB 5526 ) last Monday that will make the Evergreen State the first to test the so-called “public option” for health care insurance sold through the state health benefits exchange.
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JACKSON, Miss. — In a $3.3 million verdict filed in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Mississippi on May 16, a jury found that a Jackson nightclub was liable for race discrimination against five black dancers (Equal Employment Opportunity Commission v. Danny’s Restaurant, LLC, et al., No. 16-769, S.D. Miss.).

Menstruation is still considered taboo in many parts of the world, including Ethopia where one in 10 girls in Ethiopia miss school for reasons related to their periods. But one woman is changing that.