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11 Feb 2015, 12:23 pm
This weblog has been existence for getting on for 12 years and many people erroneously assume that it was the first intellectual property weblog. [read post]
18 Dec 2014, 12:34 am by Editors
“Predictions about the future might appear to be difficult, but Niels Bohr, and perhaps three other influential people, might have been astonished to learn we have been fortunate to compile a long list of rather pragmatic predictions for the legal industry in 2015. [read post]
6 Nov 2014, 1:42 pm by Lorene Park
Earlier this year, Swift Transportation Company agreed to pay $4.4 million to resolve a class complaint alleging that it violated the FCRA by failing to obtain the authorization of online applicants before having criminal background checks run and then relied on the results to take adverse actions without notifying the applicants of their rights (Ellis, III v Swift Transportation Co of Arizona). [read post]
10 Oct 2014, 10:47 am by Venkat Balasubramani
The poem is about a person who speaks at a funeral, and Ellis encourages people to recite (but not publish) the poem. [read post]
21 Sep 2014, 3:37 pm
Also on the programme is seasoned veteran Ken Adamo (Kirkland & Ellis LLP), whose lucid lectures have the persuasive flavour of advocacy about them. [read post]
21 Jul 2014, 4:14 pm by TEI Expert
As modern populations spend more time on “mass private property” (Shearing and Stenning 1983), more people are subject to stranger-on-stranger victimization by robbery, assault, rape, and murder. [read post]
17 Jun 2014, 4:22 pm by Stephen Bilkis
According to People v Ellis, 169 AD2d 838, 839 [1991] it was held that where the defendant was driving in an erratic manner, it constituted a sufficient reason to justify an initial stop by an officer. [read post]
14 Feb 2014, 5:36 am by Joy Waltemath
Because the EEOC’s Sec. 12112(b)(6) claim was not premised on attendance but rather on the employer’s alleged 100-percent healed requirement, the 12-month policy could be considered an impermissible qualification standard and not an essential function, a federal district court in Illinois, denying the company’s motion to dismiss (EEOC v United Parcel Service, Inc, February 11, 2014, Ellis, S). 12-month leave policy. [read post]