Government Agencies

November 2, 2016

WHAT IS YOURS IS MINE

A Chinese-American restaurateur wished to purchase a second restaurant.  For reasons that are not known but do not matter either, he decided to keep the down […]
July 20, 2016

STILL FIGHTING OVER WHO PAYS

A few statutes provide that the prevailing party receives their attorneys’ fees back from the other side.  One would think that who wins in a lawsuit […]
May 5, 2015

ADVENTURES IN LICENSING

The issue of proof is a frequent flyer on this blog and a constant issue in law.  It takes many forms, such as who must prove […]
January 13, 2015

TIME TO REVIEW EMAIL POLICIES

The National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) does more than regulate relations between employer and unions.  It also gives non-union employees the right to organize.  That makes […]
July 31, 2014

OVERREACH

I suspect a good many people may agree that, if an action by the government is thrown out by the Supreme Court unanimously, the government, having […]
June 30, 2014

BEHIND THE NOISE: WHAT THE GREENHOUSE-GAS CASE MEANS FOR REGULATED BUSINESSES

The U.S. Supreme Court’s recent decision on greenhouse-gas regulations will occasion a chuckle from observers of the mainstream press.  Republican-leaning newspapers criticized the Court for upholding […]