By Ingrid Lunden (TechCrunch)
Uber is reportedly on track to go public in the first quarter next year, and in the
As a buyer or seller, you should know who to call to manage each aspect of the transaction.
Before you buy, sell or invest in real estate, know your role and know your goal. There are multiple participants …
The company’s doctors and lawyers being fully aware of the findings but failed to alert regulators or consumers.
(Mass Tort Nexus Media – January 2, 2019)
Johnson & Johnson has hidden the fact that they’ve known its raw talc and finished powders …
Some facts to keep in mind when you sell your home.
In most cases, gains from sales are taxable. But did you know that if you sell your home, you may …
A tentative settlement to pay out 11 cents for every mile driven for Uber (including adjacent services like Uber Eats) to drivers who have been in individual arbitration with the company over their employment classification.
The European Union prohibits many food additives and various drugs that are widely used in American foods.
By Roni Caryn Rabin (The New York Times)
The European Union prohibits or severely restricts many food additives that have been linked
Obama vs Trump
By Ezra Klein (Vox)
“Of the many factors that make up your worldview, one is more fundamental than any other in determining …
“In New York’s highly competitive job market, applicants and job seekers are particularly susceptible to fake employment scams." - Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus R. Vance, Jr.
NEW YORK, NY, Press Release (Manhattan District Attorney Office) – Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus R. Vance, Jr., today announced the indictments of OSMOND EWEKA, …
Many of South Korea's biggest businesses -- including Korean Air, Samsung and Hyundai -- are family-run conglomerates known as "chaebol" inside the country.
By Sophie Jeong and Joshua Berlinger (CNN)
South Koreans have long voiced frustration over what they see as corrupt and entitled behavior …
"Across the world, an estimated 24.9 million people are victims of forced labor. The lion’s share of them–16 million people–are exploited by companies for a profit, rather than by private individuals, such as in the case of sex trafficking." - Elizabeth Segran, Fast Company
By Elizabeth Segran (Fast Company)
We often talk about slavery as if it was a thing of the past–a horror from another
EEOC litigation picked up in the fiscal year ended September 30, 2018, and the agency just held a major public hearing in October to further its focus on workplace harassment.
By Paul R. Monsees (The National Law Review)
Despite having only three active members on its five-member Commission and having no General