We’re living in uncertain times in every sense. But in the coming months, one thing to keep a particularly close eye on is how the legal landscape will evolve. In the wake of the global health crisis, there are likely to be many lawsuits filed.
On June 10, the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) issued a statement “fervently oppos[ing]” efforts to eliminate qualified immunity, the judicial doctrine that shields officers from liability—even if they have violated someone’s constitutional rights—unless a court has previously held that almost identical actions under almost identical circumstances were unconstitutional.
Client not paying? Sometimes, it’s best to sidestep a lawsuit by first sending a ‘demand letter’ written on your lawyer’s stationery.
This story is about an investment adviser that did not follow the client’s orders to cease certain investments, at a cost of $4,978,448 to the client.
This article describes how areas of revenue recognition will impact franchisors.There are five steps outlined for revenue recognition.
An otherwise polarized Congress is poised to pass legislation that could expose a multitude of Americans to copyright lawsuits.