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There are about a dozen companies licensed by the state to administer training for the armed guards. The head of one company about what's involved in the training, but KHON2 wanted to stress this company did not work with the Securitas officer involved ...
March 30, 2017 -- In a decision hailed by City officials as "a significant milestone," a judge this month found Globe Homes LLC engaged in more than 30 violations of the Santa Monica's short-term rental laws. The March 6 decision in Los Angeles ...
Officials at Sempra did not dispute the report's numbers, but said the company is simply taking advantage of provisions in the federal tax code available to corporations across the country. "If you look at the current laws, they are really ...
Those companies include PayPal, which had planned a 400-job expansion. He says the department will try to get back every company that wouldn't locate or expand in North Carolina because of the bill known as HB2. But he says the transformation of North ...
Internet users in the US could soon see their browsing history, geo-localisation data, health information and the content of their communications being sold to third parties without their consent.
That memo, issued by then-Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates, stated that the Justice Department would stop contracting with CoreCivic (formerly Corrections Corporation of America) to run 13 federal prisons. ... The 2016 memo under President Obama ...
You might think that when companies impose crappy, abusive terms of service on their customers that the market could sort it out, by creating competition to see who could offer the best terms and thus win the business of people fed up with bad Actors.
Trump has been raking in tens-of-millions of taxpayer dollars for Trump business-related profits, so now he wants to transform the government into a business and abuse the people his son-in-law Jared Kushner referred to as "our customers." Of course ...
Celebrity chef Chloe Coscarelli was pushed out of By Chloe after an arbitrator determined that she was being "grossly negligent" of the vegan fast-casual chain she co-founded, according to documents from the legally binding process - including losing ...
The Guardian is preparing to file a lawsuit against ad tech company Rubicon Project, alleging the ad tech vendor did not disclose fees it levied on advertisers looking to buy the newspaper's online ad inventory, sources told Business Insider.
Uber will shut down its operation in Denmark next month following the introduction of new taxi laws, the company has said, marking the latest European setback for the US ride-booking service.
The founders of Gurney Productions are still not able to return to the company following the latest decision from the judge overseeing the bitter legal battle between Scott and Deirdre Gurney and ITV America. ... preliminary injunction against ITV ...
We invite your questions of business law. Questions and ideas for future columns should be addressed to: McLane Middleton, 900 Elm Street, Manchester, NH 03101 or emailed to knowthelaw@mclane.
Malcolm Turnbull has scrapped plans to ratify the extradition treaty with China after opposition from all sides of politics on human rights grounds.
MENLO PARK, Calif., March 28, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Landec corporation (Nasdaq:LNDC), a leading innovator of diversified health and wellness solutions within the packaged natural food and biomaterial markets, announced today that Apio, Inc., ... was ...
But as of yet, it's legal for American insurers to exclude transgender care and for employers to opt out of plans accommodating sex reassignment therapies.
That memo, issued by then Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates, stated that the Justice Department would stop contracting with CoreCivic (formerly Corrections Corporation of America) to run 13 federal prisons. ... The 2016 memo under President Obama ...
YORKTOWN, N.Y. - Despite having yet to pass the legislation, town officials say a draft ordinance targeting utility companies and their unsightly poles is already having the desired effect. The public hearing on the law, which requires owners of the ...
With the new measurements, Intel will be able to boast that its manufacturing improvements are surpassing Moore's Law. The company also said it would cut the manufacturing cost per transistor by half with each new manufacturing process, which is in ...
US internet service providers will soon no longer need consent from users to share browsing history with marketers and other third parties.
Trump has been raking in tens-of-millions of taxpayer dollars for Trump business-related profits, so now he wants to transform the government into a business and abuse the people his son-in-law Jared Kushner referred to as "our customers." Of course ...
Uber will shut down its operation in Denmark next month following the introduction of new taxi laws, the company has said, marking the latest European setback for the US ride-booking service.
The founders of Gurney Productions are still not able to return to the company following the latest decision from the judge overseeing the bitter legal battle ...
For many businesses and governmental organizations, the Affordable Care Act has created lots of data collection and reporting requirements - and potentially stiff penalties for compliance failure.
The Guardian is preparing to file a lawsuit against ad tech company Rubicon Project, alleging the ad tech vendor did not disclose fees it levied on advertisers looking to buy the newspaper's online ad inventory, sources told Business Insider.
In response, weapons maker Springfield Armory announced last week that the company's signature AR platform, the Saint, will go featureless, offering California residents a chance to own what's effectively a fully functional AR-15 while avoiding the new ...
And it came about much more recently than the liquor-industry bans, after the U.S. Supreme Court loosened campaign finance laws in 2010 and 2014. ... Those differences helped lead U.S. District Judge John Z. Lee to decide part of a 2013 Illinois ...
We invite your questions of business law. Questions and ideas for future columns should be addressed to: McLane Middleton, 900 Elm Street, Manchester, NH 03101 or emailed to knowthelaw@mclane.
NEWBURYPORT - The lawyer for the company accused by a local historic preservation group and the chairman of the Historical Commission of "gutting" an 18th century house on Merrimac Street said Monday the company "is deeply apologetic for any ... Lisa ...
Malcolm Turnbull has scrapped plans to ratify the extradition treaty with China after opposition from all sides of politics on human rights grounds.
"The law is unsettled as to whether tech companies can receive stolen, classified information from Wikileaks for the purpose of patching security vulnerabilities that the CIA has allegedly been exploiting," said Edward McAndrew, a former federal ...
legal-pen-paper I've been writing about going from Biglaw peon to SmallLaw kingfish for over two years now. Starting this week, I will be alternating posts between Biglaw/SmallLaw ruminations and posts about the venture capital/emerging companies ...
... doesn't have "financial and/or legal difficulties.'' Through his company, Alterra, Sarimsakci has successfully overseen multimillion-dollar upgrades to one downtown Dallas building and has another renovation underway.
Shortly after the column appeared, I heard from David Morin, a litigation lawyer in Huntsville, Ont., who wrote to tell me about a recent flooding case in which his clients succeeded against the insurance company. Cheryl Wight owned a home on Lindgren Rd.
And despite that legal work, which often puts him in a courtroom trying cases that can sometimes last weeks, Foster is busy in a new role with his firm - helping to connect the United States with businesses in China and Taiwan, as well as other Asian ...
NEW YORK, March 10, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Rosen Law Firm, a global investor rights law firm, reminds purchasers of Egalet corporation securities (EGLT) from December 15, 2015 through January 9, 2017, inclusive (the "Class Period") of the important ...
The most prominent company enlisted by the government to start growing is the Canadian cannabis group PharmaCielo. They have already agreed to a deal that would provide labor to local residents, which also allows the company to construct their own ...
A new bill introduced by Virginia Foxx (R-NC) and approved by the House Ways and Means Committee would allow Corporations to force employees to undergo genetic testing - and then share those results with third parties.
The report described how "18 paid ZERO in taxes over the full eight-year period, 100 paid zero - or less - in at least one profitable year during the eight-year period, 58 of those companies had multiple zero-tax years, 24 companies zeroed out their ...
Atkinson said he has tried to get this information since the transportation network companies were authorized to operate in Nevada by the Legislature in 2015.
While companies have both a responsibility and financial incentive to fix problems in their software, accepting help from Wikileaks raises legal and ethical questions. And it's not even clear at this point exactly what kind of ... to help fix any ...
Repealing the disclosure rule, Samuel wrote, "will remove an important incentive for companies to pay their workers what they are due, protect their health and safety, and comply with the law." Citing studies, Samuel wrote that without the regulation, ...
More than 150 law firms across the country sent a letter to White House budget director Mick Mulvaney on Thursday, urging him not to propose the elimination of federal funding for the legal services corporation. LSC provides grants to nonprofits ...
"The class-action litigation system has morphed into an expensive enterprise where lawyers are often the only winners, and American businesses and consumers are the losers," said Rep. Bob Goodlatte, R-Va.
Any company worldwide with users, customers, or employees in Europe must company with the E.U.'s new General Data Protection Regulation.


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