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USLAW launches LawMobile, a customizable, one-stop legal educational program

USLAW NETWORK announces the launch of LawMobile powered by USLAW NETWORK, a fully customizable education program that delivers training, information and instruction on some of today’s hottest legal topics, jurisdictional differences and legal decisions.

“We are excited to launch LawMobile, our... more

USLAW NETWORK hosts interactive exchange for legal leaders, in-house counsel

USLAW NETWORK, an international network of full-practice law firms with roots in civil litigation, will host a free one-day event in Chicago fully focused on legal decision makers and in-house counsel. The event – 2015 USLAW NETWORK Legal Leaders & Corporate Counsel Exchange – will be held on March... more

Social media monitoring and Internet investigations

Doug Marshall of Marshall Investigative Group, USLAW's official investigative partner, recently hosted a USLAW EduNet webinar focused on social media monitoring and Internet investigations. In this webinar, Doug shares insights into the expansive social media landscape beyond Facebook and Twitter,... more


Supreme Court Leaves Intact New York’s Ban on Religious Services in Schools

The court declined to review a case involving the Education Department’s longstanding policy barring religious organizations from using public school facilities.

Headgear Rule for Girls’ Lacrosse Ignites Outcry

The Florida High School Athletic Association wanted players to wear protective headgear, but the decision left the sport’s national governing body, coaches and players fuming.

Inside America’s Toughest Federal Prison

For years, conditions inside the United States’ only federal supermax facility were largely a mystery. But a landmark lawsuit is finally revealing the harsh world within.

Inside America’s Toughest Federal Prison

For years, conditions inside the United States’ only federal supermax facility were largely a mystery. But a landmark lawsuit is finally revealing the harsh world within.

Ellen Pao Loses Silicon Valley Bias Case Against Kleiner Perkins

A jury rejected allegations of gender discrimination against the venture capital firm, after a hitch caused the judge to order further deliberations.

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Despite recent EEOC loss, employers must be cautious with criminal background and credit screenings

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit recently upheld a district court’s grant of summary judgment dismissing a U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) legal action contending that a company’s policy of using criminal background and credit history checks in its hiring process disproportionately excluded African American applicants. ...

A green light for pension trustees to assign their section 75 debts?

We write to update you on the recent High Court decision in Singer & Friedlander v Corbett[1] which considered the circumstances in which a section 75 debt could be assigned and which provides a detailed insight into the co-operation of the section 75 debt regime and the Pensions Regulator’s moral ...

No liability for the managing director for antitrust fines imposed on the company

No Restitution of Fines to the Company (Higher Labor Court in Düsseldorf, partial judgment dated January 20, 2015 – 16 Sa 458/14; 16 Sa 459/14, 16 Sa 460/14) Higher fines, more fines: in 2014 the Federal Cartel Office (BKartA) imposed fines of over 1 billion EUR against 67 companies and ...

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    Ahmuty, Demers & McManus
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