A few weeks ago, the Federal Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit split with its sister circuits and ruled that the federal Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) does not permit consumers to demand that they stop receiving automated calls ...Read More »
A recent decision of the U.S. Supreme Court has redefined guidance to employers dealing with employees’ requests for pregnancy accommodations. In its decision, the Supreme Court criticized the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission for changing its long-standing guidance without adequate explanation, ...
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Last week the Court of Appeals issued a decision that ended more than 30 years of contentious and prolific litigation surrounding the estate of Sylvan Lawrence, In re Lawrence, 2014 NY Slip. Op. 07291 (Oct. 28). The last decade of ...Read More »
I suspect that our Founding Fathers, when drafting the First Amendment, probably never envisioned its language would be held to preserve an attorney’s right to promote himself by giving advice to space aliens, appearing as a giant towering above urban buildings ...Read More »