Three senators raised concerns about the Pittsburgh for-profit education company’s massive settlement with the federal government.
Lawyer Moshe Marvit proposes expanding federal civil-rights law to make it illegal to fire a person for trying to organize or join a union.
A person who posted a link on her Facebook page and “liked” it on her own page cannot be held liable for publishing defamatory content.
Mr. Murdoch, a K&L partner, had a lifelong attachment to global affairs. He witnessed the Berlin Wall rise as a student, and fall in 1989.
Companies contracting with employment agencies can be held liable for temporary employees’ discrimination claims, an appeals court rules.
A recent decision by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court closes an insurance loophole for companies sued by injured workers.
A big challenge facing law firms is the transition of client matters from the baby boomer generation to younger partners.
The deal puts an end to federal and state investigations into the Pittsburgh-based for-profit education company’s recruiting practices.
The federal appeals court has given the FTC authority to crack down on companies with inadequate cybersecurity systems.