Legislative Battles Continue Over School Lunches and GMOs

Jun 24, 2014 By: Lauren Jones

In recent years, the much maligned National School Lunch Program has garnered much attention in its role in the fight against childhood obesity

Free Webinar for Courts: Learn how to do more with less

Jun 17, 2014 By: Legal Solutions

Thomson Reuters provides a complete solution to assist courts as they adjust to fewer resources while having to maintain and improve services and efficiency

Preserving our History, Culture, and Land: The Vital Mission of the National Park Service

Jun 17, 2014 By: Karen Shinskie

Now that summer has arrived, millions of Americans are embarking upon eagerly anticipated summer vacations.  It is a time for being together

Bring Your Own Device, Part 2: What are the Benefits for Government?

Jun 10, 2014 By: Legal Solutions

In this installment, we look at why BYOD has become so popular, and the benefits that many government agencies are seeing from implementing these types of programs.

Use of Social Media in Criminal Investigations

May 21, 2014 By: Karen Shinskie

The use of social media is pervasive in law enforcement, as it is in nearly every aspect of American life

New Technology helps Public Defenders Overcome Challenges

May 15, 2014 By: Legal Solutions

Case Notebook is saving the 5th Judicial Circuit office of the West Virginia Public Defender Services time and money, protecting their data, and giving them flexibility.

Practical Law Webinar: Handling FICA Withholding on Severance Payments after Quality Stores

May 9, 2014 By: Legal Solutions

Join Practical Law for a 60-minute webinar in which presenter Robert S. Hertzberg will provide his insight on the case background and decision.

Free Webinar: Save Time with West KM Government Express

May 9, 2014 By: Legal Solutions

Join us for a free webinar event on May 14th, to learn how West km Government Express, Drafting Assistant, and WestlawNext can help you draft more effective documents in less time.

Will the Supreme Court consider cyberbullying?

May 7, 2014 By: Hon. Thomas A. Jacobs (ret.)

Despite the increasing rate of teen “cyberbullying” and related laws, the Supreme Court does not appear likely to review the issue anytime soon.

New York court, Pennsylvania labor board give direction on GPS tracking of public employees

May 6, 2014 By: Sandra Johnson

Public employers often find themselves embroiled in disputes over the use of technology, such as GPS, to monitor the activities of their employees.

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