BuzzFeed News Goes To Court For More Russia Documents

Prompted by recent tweets from the president, BuzzFeed News has asked a federal judge to order the government to declassify and release thousands of pages of documents about investigations related to Russia’s interference in the 2016 presidential election and allegations that President Donald Trump tried to obstruct one of the

Uber, Lyft spend big in Calif. to oppose gig worker law

Using a recently-published Cornell University driver pay study in Seattle as a basis, Reuters calculated that each full-time driver would cost the company, on average, an additional $7,700. That includes roughly $4,560 in annual employer-based California and federal payroll taxes and some $3,140 in annual workers’ compensation insurance, which is

CCPA Employee Personal Info Exemption Extension Passed

Jason C. Gavejian is a Principal in the Morristown, New Jersey, office of Jackson Lewis P.C. and a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/US) with the International Association of Privacy Professionals.

Mr. Gavejian represents management exclusively in all aspects of employment litigation, including restrictive covenants, class-actions, harassment, retaliation, discrimination and wage

WHAT DOES A PROCESS SERVER DO?

Process servers work as a messenger service to notify individuals of their constitutional right to due course of action of law by serving them with a specific notice that declares the legal issue which involves them directly. Actually, legal documents were usually served to people by their local sheriff. As …

Russell County, AL media leader Roy Greene dies at 99

One of many accomplishments for which Roy Greene will be remembered is giving Phenix City and Russell County, Ala., their own media services in an area otherwise dominated by news and entertainment from larger cities such as Columbus, Opelika and Montgomery.

The World War II veteran, attorney and entrepreneur died