The fight over whether unions can require nonunion public sector employees to pay them service or fair share fees to support their collective bargaining work is continuing.
On March 29 the U.S. Supreme Court failed to reach a majority decision in Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association, allowing the fee collections to sta ... (full story)
MOSCOW (AP) — What worries ordinary Russians the most? Price increases, withheld salaries and potholed roads, according to those preparing President Vladimir Putin for his highly choreographed annual call-in show on Thursday.
The Kremlin has been sifting through more than 1 million questions from across the country to get P ... (full story)
LOS ANGELES (AP) — It wasn't love but inertia that kept them together.
That's the essence of "Toni Tennille: A Memoir" (Taylor Trade Publishing), which details the relationship of Daryl "the Captain" Dragon and Toni Tennille, better known as '70s pop-music duo the Captain & Tennille.
They had a to ... (full story)
Last week, the Supreme Court of Ohio’s Disciplinary Counsel imposed a two-year law license suspension on a West Chester attorney who was charged with 31 violations of the Rules of Professional Conduct and one violation of the Rules for the Government of the Bar.
The attorney, Jesse Jackson Jr., began his misconduct about a ... (full story)
This year marks the 50th anniversary of one of the most well-known United States Supreme Court decisions, Miranda v. Arizona, and in recognition of the anniversary the case is the theme of this year’s Law Day.
In a nod to this year’s theme, the Columbus Bar Association’s May 2 continuing legal education course w ... (full story)
NEW YORK (AP) — North Korea's foreign minister defended the jailing of an American university student for alleged anti-state activities, but told The Associated Press that he would inform authorities in Pyongyang there is concern in the U.S. over the student's fate. He also noted that other detainees have been released before ... (full story)
CLEVELAND (AP) — The city on Monday reached a $6 million settlement in a lawsuit over the death of Tamir Rice, a 12-year-old black boy shot by a white police officer while playing with a pellet gun outside a recreation center.
An order filed in U.S. District Court in Cleveland said the city will pay out $3 million this year ... (full story)
According to the ABA’s 2015 Techreport, data security breaches were a major problem for law firms in 2015.
Nearly one quarter of firms comprised of 100 or more attorneys participating in the report’s surveys said that the firm had reported a data breach. The smaller the firm, the lower the level of these breaches, unt ... (full story)