How Canadian Employers Deal with Cannabis

DATE POSTED December 5, 2018
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New joint and several liability compendium of law released

DATE POSTED November 7, 2018
USLAW NETWORK (USLAW), an international network of law firms, releases its newest compendium of law that focuses on joint and several liability. This state-by-state guide serves as a reference tool for joint and several laws across the United States.  Lew R.C. Bricker of SmithAmundsen LLC in Illinois created and edited the compendium.  About Joint and […] Continue reading...

Registration now open: How Canadian Employers Deal with Cannabis

DATE POSTED October 31, 2018
REGISTER HERE This webinar will summarize for you the current state of law in Canada with respect to cannabis in the workplace, including a brief overview of federal and provincial legislation legalizing and governing recreational and medicinal cannabis use. The goal of this webinar is to identify prominent cannabis-related issues and concerns for employers with […] Continue reading...

Noble Allen, Wendell Large named 2018 USLAW NETWORK O’Hagan Award recipients

DATE POSTED September 12, 2018
Noble F. Allen of Hinckley Allen in Hartford, Connecticut, and the late Wendell G. Large of Richardson, Whitman, Large & Badger in Portland, Maine, have been named recipients of the 2018 USLAW NETWORK O’Hagan Award. The award is named after Jim O’Hagan, a founding member of USLAW, and is given annually by the USLAW Chair […] Continue reading...

2018-19 USLAW NETWORK Board of Directors elected

DATE POSTED September 11, 2018
During the recent fall USLAW NETWORK Membership Meeting, the 2018-19 USLAW NETWORK Board of Directors was elected.  Kevin L. Fritz of Lashly & Baer, P.C. in St. Louis, Missouri, was named Chair, and Dan L. Longo of Murchison & Cumming LLP in Irvine, California, was named Vice Chair. Amanda P. Ketchum Of Dysart Taylor Cotter […] Continue reading...

USLAW NETWORK approves two new ex officio Board positions

DATE POSTED September 7, 2018
The USLAW NETWORK Board of Directors recently approved the addition of two seats on the Board for members who will serve in an ex officio capacity. The positions are earmarked for representatives of USLAW’s Future Leaders initiative and the USLAW Diversity Council.  Jessica L. Fuller (Future Leaders) from Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie LLP, Denver, Colorado, […] Continue reading...

Kevin Fritz named Chair of USLAW NETWORK

DATE POSTED September 7, 2018
Kevin L. Fritz of Lashly & Baer, P.C. in St. Louis, Missouri, has been named Chair of USLAW NETWORK for 2018-19. He succeeds John D. Cromie of Connell Foley LLP in New Jersey. The change of leadership was made at the NETWORK’s annual Fall Membership Meeting in Montreal, Canada. “I am honored to serve as […] Continue reading...

Fall 2018 issue of USLAW Magazine available for download

DATE POSTED September 5, 2018
The latest issue of USLAW Magazine includes articles on cybersecurity, drones, estate planning, retail leases and service contracts, “disappearing” ephemeral messaging apps, multiemployer pension plans and so much more.  USLAW Magazine is published each spring and fall and content is written by attorneys from USLAW member firms as well as industry leading corporate partners. Click HERE to […] Continue reading...

Newest compendium of law focuses on workers’ comp filing deadlines

DATE POSTED August 29, 2018
USLAW NETWORK today releases its newest compendium of law, a state-by-state workers’ compensation claim filing deadlines resource. Fred L. Hubbs of Hall Booth Smith, P.C. in Georgia served as editor. “USLAW continually adds resources that will help members’ clients with their legal needs, and compendiums of law are among the most referenced,” said Roger M. […] Continue reading...

DHS National Cybersecurity Summit

DATE POSTED August 20, 2018
A special to USLAW NETWORK and USLAW DigiKnow By Karen Painter Randall, Connell Foley LLP, Roseland, New Jersey On July 31, 2018, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) hosted a summit in New York City where members of both the public and private sectors came together to discuss the protection of critical national infrastructure.  Noteworthy attendees included […] Continue reading...