Promote Your Attorney Profile on Law.net - Get Found / Earn More!
Legal Job Listings

China Surpasses United States in Patent Filings in 2011 In a report issued by the United Nations, China registered over 526,400 patents applications in 2011, which was the highest number for any country. The world total hit 2 million patent applications, according to UPI. An intellectual property agency with…>read more

No Comment December 13, 2012

10 Garment Contractors Found Violating Federal and State Wage Laws   In a press release from the United States Department of Labor in San Francisco, the Wage and Hour Division and the California Division of Labor Standards Enforcement discovered violations of state and federal labor laws by 10 garment contractors…>read more

No Comment December 13, 2012

New FCC Rules on Loud TV Commercials Begin Tonight Television viewers will have their ears saved thanks to a new law that takes effect tonight. The law ends those commercials that are so loud that viewers have to turn down the volume on their television when the show they…>read more

No Comment December 13, 2012

Storage Locker for Lindsay Lohan Could be Auctioned Guess what: Lindsay Lohan is in the news once again. This time, she is close to losing some of her most valuable possessions. This includes family heirlooms, designer clothing and maybe even some embarrassing items as well. The reason that…>read more

No Comment December 13, 2012

Thomas Beatie, “The Pregnant Man,” Wants a Divorce In 2002, Thomas Beatie became a man, according to notes from his doctors. Not long after that he became a husband and then a parent, according to The Arizona Republic. Beatie’s gender and legitimacy of his marriage is being questioned…>read more

No Comment December 13, 2012

Ogletree and Maricopa County Settle Legal Differences On Wednesday, the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors unanimously agreed to settle a protracted legal battle with the law firm of Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak and Stewart P.C., according to a report in The Arizona Republic. The dispute was between…>read more

No Comment December 13, 2012

Interim Dean of St. Louis University Law School Talks about First Semester Tom Keefe Jr. spent this fall as the dean of St. Louis University’s law school while also working as an attorney with a plaintiff’s practice. He spoke with The Madison-St. Clair Record recently about working both positions. “That really is…>read more

No Comment December 13, 2012

Family Receives Vulgar Note on Friendly’s Check A family from New Hampshire decided to take a trip to a local Friendly’s in Nashua for a meal, but left with something they will never forget. The Cunningham family will not remember the food they ate, the server they…>read more

No Comment December 13, 2012

CasAnus is Hotel Shaped Like Human Colon in Belgium On an island that sits between Antwerp and Ghent in Flanders, Belgium there is a hotel called the Hotel CasAnus. If you are looking at the hotel’s name and thinking, could it really have to do with the anus, you…>read more

No Comment December 13, 2012

Concert for Sandy Relief Rocks Madison Square Garden Musicians and comedians from across the world made appearances on Wednesday night during the 12-12-12 Concert for Hurricane Sandy Relief. The show was held at Madison Square Garden, was televised in the United States and around the world, was streamed…>read more

No Comment December 13, 2012

Job of the Day
Russian Language Document Review (Financial District)
USA-NY-New York City

Russian Language Document Review (Financial District) compensation: DOE We are currently staffing a RUSSIAN document review project that will take place in our Lower Manhattan office. You w...