University of California, Berkeley
Changing legal culture, involvement of foreign companies may make lawsuits more likely in China after disappearance of Flight 370
Based on the insights of two American legal scholars, the judicial culture in China may impact potential litigation brought in connection with the still-missing Malaysia Airlines passenger jet.
President Barack Obama announced yesterday that he will nominate Howard Shelanski, an antitrust expert, to be the next regulatory czar.
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Today’s labor law practitioners increasingly hear a common troubling narrative: that an employer was blindsided by a union filing a petition to organize its workforce.