May 2015 Posts
On May 28, 2015, the firm's bookkeeper, Cheryl Kadinger will celebrate 50 years at Woods Fuller.
Divided Fifth Circuit Denies Emergency Stay of Preliminary Injunction on DAPA and Expanded DACA Programs
On May 26, 2015, a divided panel of the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals denied the federal government's request for an emergency stay of a preliminary injunction that has temporarily stopped President Obama's deferred action initiatives from being implemented. The court's order keeps in place the hold on implementation of these initiatives while the Fifth Circuit considers the appeal of the preliminary injunction itself.
Attorney Heather Springer presented to nearly 250 business and human resource professionals on Wednesday, May 20th at the Workplace Violence Prevention Strategies Seminar at the Sioux Falls Convention Center. Springer discussed creating the legal and procedural skeleton to prevent and address workplace violence.
Last month, the United States Supreme Court released its decision in B&B Hardware v. Hargis Industries , in which the Court held that district courts should give preclusive effect to the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board’s (“TTAB”) finding that Hargis’s trademark SEALTITE was confusingly similar to B&B’s trademark SEALTIGHT
The H-2B visa program allows employers to hire foreign workers to fill temporary non-agricultural jobs. In response to recent court decisions that have created significant uncertainty around the H-2B temporary foreign nonagricultural worker program, the U.
A recent U.S. Supreme Court opinion may change how employers review requests from employees.