Election Day is TOMORROW!
The 2016 Presidential Election is tomorrow – Tuesday, November 8 – and it is crucial for citizens to know where and how to vote. There are a number of resources– including Google’s homepage – available to help voters make sure they have
Do we have a qualifying patient? Check. Subject to a disciplinary action? Check. By a business? Check. For medical use of marijuana? Check. Open and shut: Mr. Casias was wrongfully dismissed and must be compensated. Except the Sixth Circuit didn't see it that way.
A former Target employee has brought a claim against Target in federal court based upon the Fair Labor Standards Act. The plaintiff’s complaint states that he had complained to Target’s Human Resources Department about having to work during what were supposed to be 30-minute
In opposition to a bill in the California State Senate allowing public universities and colleges to consider race, gender, ethnicity and national origin in admissions, the College Republicans of UC Berkeley held a bake sale yesterday. Charging sweet-toothed patrons different prices based on their race
The Supreme Court has upheld an Arizona law that punishes businesses for hiring undocumented immigrants. The 2007 law, called the Arizona Legal Workers Act, allows the state to suspend the licenses of businesses that "intentionally or knowingly" violate requirements to verify the legal eligibility of