(THR, July 20)
Law enforcement calls KAT the "most-visited illegal file-sharing website," with 50 million unique monthly visitors and allegedly responsible for enabling users to distribute films, television shows, and video games valued at more than $1 billion.
(Las Vegas Review-Journal, July 16)
The Labor Department estimates 31,000 Nevada workers will be affected by changes to the federal overtime law that takes effect Dec. 1.
(NY Times, July 16)
Over the span of his career, project after project has produced allegations of bad faith, broken promises, blatant lies or outright fraud.
(Reuters, July 15)
An Arizona paving company violated federal labor law by briefly firing, then rehiring, a worker who complained about an abusive supervisor.
(Labor Press, July 15)
Trump’s pick for his running mate used his time as Governor of Indiana to repeal an 80-year-old state minimum wage law, strengthened the state’s right to work status and is pushing for the TPP.
(LA Times, July 15)
Mainstream Hollywood players are starting to embrace the technology, making a flurry of investments, hires and content deals.
(Variety, July 15)
Despite the objections of the Redstone family, the Chinese conglomerate is in talks to acquire 49% of the studio.
(THR, July 12)
The five-year-old case that redefined the legality of the controversial labor practice may be coming to an end.
(Variety, July 12)
Local 600 camera operator Rob Menschel talks about what it takes to bring a ballgame to the public.
(NY Times, July 12)
"I intend to do everything I can to make certain she will be the next president of the United States," said the Vermont Senator.
(National Law Review, July 11)
The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) released a decision that will make it much easier for temporary employees to be included in bargaining units.
(Slate, July 9)
The film's crew had been seeking union representation, living wages and reclassification as employees rather than independent contractors.
(Variety, July 7)
It will take some time to understand the full impact of Brexit, but there are some fairly clear signs of things to come.
(Hawaii News Now, July 7)
Gov. David Ige signed the laws, increasing the penalties violations of requirements for workers' compensation insurance, temporary disability insurance and for breaking prevailing wage laws on public construction projects.
(THR, July 6)
The television reboot starring Ryan Phillippe was filming in Santa Clarita, Calif., when the accident occurred.
The IATSE Women’s Committee is working with the Coalition of Labor Union Women and Healthy Women on a campaign called “Spread the Word” to disperse helpful health information to women.
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