Approximately 500,000 student-athletes play in multiple NCAA divisions nationwide. Someday soon, those players will be able to get paid, and with the NCAA’s blessing.
Older workers are more vulnerable to the effects of COVID-19 than those younger. Now some worry about increased age discrimination.
Judges facing ethics complaints say and do the darndest things, sometimes bordering on humorous. More often though, judicial misconduct creates injustices for those coming before the court on serious matters from child custody to criminal drug cases.
Being a mock juror can be a side gig that’s more interesting than delivering groceries.
Some states are reinstituting work search requirements for those applying for unemployment benefits, even as COVID-19 numbers remain high and the federal government has cut its assistance.
After a long-fought battle, a New York judge recently gave contract drivers for rideshare companies Uber and Lyft the right to receive unemployment benefits. That state has 45 days to clear up the backlog of claims for these gig workers.
A recently launched investigation into Kodak’s $765 million government loan is more about its timing than the validity of the loan.
Thousands of businesses across the country have been denied insurance claims for “business interruption” after shuttering their offices, restaurants and service establishments during the COVID-19 pandemic. Many of those insurance policies they bought to cover crises have exclusions for viruses such as the coronavirus. Insurance…
A GNC manager is suing the company, saying he was fired for enforcing a mask order. Bankruptcy laws may protect GNC.
Employees who spew the F-bomb, make sexually unacceptable remarks or racist comments at work – even involving union activities – will no longer enjoy the same protections under the National Labor Relations Act they once did.