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By Victor Metsch
A fight between two friends who were dating the same woman ended in the death of one of them, the police said yesterday.
By Elizabeth G. Borland
In this era of "America First," there is a major push to increase the amount of manufacturing that happens in the United States, and buying American-made goods is viewed by many to be an act of patriotism.
By Phillip Hoover, Stephen O'Day
Under the contractor's agreement with the water company, the water company supplied all materials for the sewer improvement project while the contractor supplied labor, tools, and equipment.
By Victor Metsch
Litigation abounds over the right to keep/return the deposit when a real estate transaction fails.
By Holly Lance
Imagine a customer complains to you about a product they purchased online from YOURBRAND.COM. Only you don't own this domain name, and the problematic product is a counterfeit.
By Phillip Hoover
On November 13, the EPA announced that it will reopen existing federal standards for smog forming pollution limits for heavy trucks.
By Patrick J. Cain, Yash Dave, Patricia Hill, Ian Jones, Matthew Clarke
During the holidays, many employers get in the spirit by giving non-exempt employees prizes, awards, nondiscretionary bonuses, and incentive payments.
By Patrick J. Cain, Matthew Clarke, Yash Dave, Patricia Hill
On November 8, 2018, the Department of Labor's Wage and Hour Division issued an opinion letter intended to clear up "confusion and inconsistent application" stemming from previous Department of Labor (DOL) guidance regarding the use of the tip credit to pay regularly tipped employees.
By Phillip Hoover
On November 13, the U.S. EPA submitted a notice of a continuing information collection request regarding emission guidelines for existing solid waste incineration units.
By Laura Miller Andrew, Lisa Carrasco, Andrew Fawbush, Quinn Baker, Peter S. Daines, Brandon Sherlinski
The IRS recently released Proposed Regulations that provide much-anticipated guidance with regard to recent hardship distribution changes, which resulted due to:
By Matthew Warenzak
On October 30, 2018, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit vacated and remanded the International Trade Commission's decision regarding the trade dress infringement of Converse's design in its Chuck Taylor shoes
By Victor Metsch
A dustup at the Village Dunes co-op in Montauk highlights the differing standards that may govern the enforceability of decisions made by co-op boards.
By Laura Miller Andrew
The IRS has just release new final regulations regarding religious exemptions and accommodations from the contraceptive coverage mandate of the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
By Stephen O'Day, Vickie C. Rusek
A recent ruling by the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals could limit OSHA's ability to search for other hazards when investigating an accident.
By Edward Wasmuth
New products typically come with warranties. Those warranties also can include other provisions that affect the consumer's legal rights such as disclaimers of warranties and arbitration clauses.
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