When Your Employees Become Your Competitors:
Legal Issues and Best Practices
Friday, September 26
Managing Employees With Substance Abuse
Thursday, September 18
Information Reporting by Employers Under the ACA
Friday, September 19
Fair Housing Law
Maintenance: Staying Out of a Sticky Situation
Tuesday, September 23
IN THE NEWS
Richard Busch was quoted in articles in the Hollywood Reporter and the Tennessean regarding the Gaye children’s response to Robin Thicke and Pharell Williams’ motion for summary judgment.
Read the Hollywood Reporter article here.
Read the Tennessean article here.
King & Ballow congratulates Richard S. Busch for being named to the Hollywood Reporter's Power Lawyers: 2014. Click here to read the article.
King & Ballow congratulates Paul Duvall for being named to Martindale Hubbell Top Lawyers list for Wage & Hour for 2014 and 2013. Click here to read the article.
King & Ballow congratulates Richard S. Busch for being named to the Hollywood Reporter's 2013 list of the top 100 entertainment lawyers in the United States. This is the second year in a row Mr. Busch has been so honored. Mr. Busch, who has been with King & Ballow since 1991, is the partner in charge of the Firm's Entertainment and Intellectual Property sections. Click here to read the article.
Steve Douse was quoted in the article, National Newspaper Association Challenges Valassis, Inc. | Post Deal in Federal Court. Regarding competition with the USPS, Douse said, “It forces firms to compete with the Postal Service and Valassis with one hand tied behind their backs.”
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Richard Busch's Forbes Magazine article, Fighting For The Right To Superman's Copyright: More Brutal Than Anything Lex Luthor Could Have Imagined Click here to read the full article.
King & Ballow Earns Recertification in Meritas, a Global Alliance of Business Law Firms...Click here to read the full article.
NLRB Chairman Mark Gaston Pearce on Recent Decisions Reegarding Employee Rights Posting...Click here to read the full article.
U.S. Supreme Court denies appeal on Eminem's music royalty dispute. Click here to read the article.