The National Labor Relations Board will try to persuade a federal appeals court in Washington, D.C., to reinstate several Trump-era changes to its union election procedures that some say benefited employers by lengthening the process for workers to vote.
A new executive order from President Joe Biden meant to combat rising cybercrime could lead to private companies voluntarily sharing information with each other, attorneys and cybersecurity professionals say.
Alexandra Walsh, formerly of Paul Weiss and Wilkinson Walsh, recently founded a litigation boutique, exclusively representing plaintiffs. “I spent 20 years on the defense side,” Walsh said. “I wanted to represent individuals who have been wronged.”
PayPal Holdings Inc.’s Venmo and other payment apps are becoming a feature of business for small firm and solo practice lawyers, raising ethical questions around confidentiality obligations and secure records management.
Nearly 2.1 million ballots from the 2020 election in Arizona will go into temporary storage Friday to make way for planned high school graduation ceremonies at the site of an unprecedented audit of President Joe Biden’s win in the state.
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