What if there was no limit on how many days off you could take? What would you do with, potentially, as much vacation as you’d like? Well, for some companies, that’s a reality—and BeLabor the Point offers a legal take. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 193.
- Divorce & Hidden Money: Helga Glock’s Search For Gaston Glock’s Assets – Manhattan fraud investigation lawyer Fred Abrams in his Asset Search Blog
- Science Board Weighs in on EPA’s Water Jurisdiction Rule – Cleveland lawyer Joe Koncelik of Tucker Ellis in his Ohio Environmental Law Blog
- FTC Reminds Broadband Providers of their Data Privacy and Security Obligations – Washington, DC lawyer Mark Brennan of Hogan Lovells on their blog, Focus on Regulation
- California Strengthens Student Privacy Protections – Washington, DC attorney Katherine Gasztonyi of Covington & Burling on the firm’s blog, InsidePrivacy
- National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Considers Privacy Implications for New Vehicle-to-Vehicle Technology – Cincinnati lawyer Charles Shih of BakerHostetler on the firm’s blog, Data Privacy Monitor
- Enterovirus D-68 and Ebola Cases Raise Privacy Concerns for Healthcare Providers and their Workers – Morristown, NJ lawyer Joseph Lazzoritti of Jackson Lewis on the firm’s blog, Workplace Privacy, Data Management & Security Report
- Unlimited Vacation Time From Work: Dream, Reality or Just A Myth? – Miami lawyer Kara Nickel of Stearns Weaver Miller Weissler Alhadeff & Sitterson on the firm’s blog, BeLabor the Point
- Understanding Standing in Corporate Dissolution Cases – New York attorney Peter A. Mahler of Farrell Fritz in his New York Business Divorce Blog
- Ex-Husband May Fire Ex-Wife Despite Intent to Use Employment As Support Device – NY lawyer Neil Cahn on his blog, Divorce: New York
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