The Long Haul to Work: Are you Entitled to be Paid for your Commute?
For some very fortunate employees, it does not take very long to arrive at work. If you’re lucky, maybe you live right around the corner. For those…Continue Reading The Long Haul to Work: Are you Entitled to be Paid for your Commute?
When a litigant produces documents in discovery, they often do not just produce the documents themselves. They usually produce a separate document, called a load file, that contains metadata about the documents, along with information that special software can use…Continue Reading Load Files to Document Productions
In this article written by partner Sarah Rathke, she explains dramatic strain COVID-19 has put on our logistics networks worldwide and the…Continue Reading Cross-Post from cleveland.com: Why are supply chains broken? Blame the ‘black swan’ tsunami: Sarah Rathke
As part of a 170-page decision (with a 48-page dissent) affirming a criminal conviction for conspiring and providing material support to a State Department-designated foreign terrorist organization, United States v. Muhtorov, No. 18-1366 (10th Cir. Dec. 8, 2021), the panel divides over whether annual…Continue Reading Split Tenth Circuit Holds That FISC’s Pre-Clearance Rulings Under Section 702 Program Are Not “Advisory Opinions” in Violation of Article III