A new field is popping up in personal injury law-drone injury liability. As more and more civilians get their hands on flying drones, more people are getting injured by drone mishaps. Social media sites like Twitter are filled with drone flights gone wrong.
More than 90 percent of companies conduct criminal background checks, and many of these companies have strict criminal records policies designed to protect the company from negligent hiring lawsuits.
Email: it's a part of every workday for most office workers, if not all of them. It's so ubiquitous, it can be tempting to slack off when it comes to writing and responding to email, and paying attention to what goes into those emails. After all, email is a response from the company and represents your company.
Illegal actions by an employer could be wide-ranging-anything from environmental pollution to violating labor laws, to inside deals. So what do you do when you find this activity is going on?
For the first time in 25 years, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration will increase fines for worker safety violations.
A 23-year-old Uber driver now sleeps with a shotgun within reach after being attacked by a customer-and it was all caught on his dashcam.
In an earlier blog, we discussed what you can do when a client at work is harassing you. It's a difficult situation since the remedy for harassment from someone who has a business relationship with your employer is largely a financial decision.
Every year, kids make their list of the toys they want most. The Consumer Product Safety Commission also compiles a list each year-of toys that posed the greatest risk to children.
In an episode of Mad Men, one client consistently makes sexual comments regarding the buxom, red-haired Joan. Nothing is done about it, of course-this is the '60s-and eventually, Joan is used by her employers as an ace to secure a profitable relationship. In return, she negotiates to become a partner.