A federal judge declared the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program created under the Obama administration as unlawful.
On Tuesday, the US Supreme Court declined to hear an appeal by Johnson & Johnson to vacate a $2 billion verdict.
Lots of people are excited to get out and about this summer. For many, that means taking to the streets and trails on a bicycle.
Injuries that develop over time after continuously performing a task for weeks, months, or years are called repetitive motion injuries.
Premises liability is a subset of personal injury law that applies to many public and private spaces, including stores and public sidewalks.
Pedestrian safety is not solely the responsibility of pedestrians; every driver carries just as much responsibility as any pedestrian.
A Trump-era rule known as the "Independent Contractor Rule" which limited some workers' rights was rescinded yesterday.
There are two types of employees: exempt and non-exempt. This sounds like the setup to a joke, but classification actually has some very important distinctions in how the rules of employment law apply employees.
Two news stories involving the intersection between the COVID-19 pandemic and employment law have been recently reported.
Advance parole is an immigration travel document for leaving and re-enter the United States without harming pending immigration applications.