About 200 nonunion employees terminated in 2014 say the company paid them less of a bonus than they were entitled to or nothing at all.
While the billable hours model is the bread and butter of many law firms, some firms devise alternative payment arrangements for clients.
A U.S. Department of Labor report raised the possibility of federal oversight of state workers’ compensation programs.
The Federal Trade Commission this week issued updates rules on ‘copy’ coins that are intended to protect buyers.
Firm leaders are increasingly looking to adjust their staffing models, oftentimes placing more responsibilities on their paralegals.
She became one of the first women to practice law in the Pittsburgh area and one of the region’s first female judges.
Pennsylvania court case reminds companies that settlement agents provide less protection during the loan closing process than some believe.
Opponents contend the carbon-cutting plan unveiled by the EPA will kill coal-mining jobs and drive up electricity costs.
Families should discuss each person’s preferences before a death occurs — and put those wishes in writing.