Chances are you’ve visited or at least heard of The Huffington Post, the eponymous blog and news-aggregation site started by Arianna Huffington and others, which has expanded to include in-depth coverage on an ever-growing number of subjects.
In the February issue of
For much of this month, we watched as, for better or worse, NBC dismantled its late-night programming schedule, when it attempted to move Conan O’Brien and "The Tonight Show" to 12:05 a.m. from its traditional slot at 11:35 p.m. in order to move "The Jay Leno Show" from
A few days ago, I wrote about the dismissal of Charter Oak Lending’s lawsuit against a larger rival for alleged misappropriation of proprietary information and other claims. The outcome of Charter Oak’s lawsuit demonstrates the perils of trade secrets litigation.
With that case in mind, I want to share an end-of-the-year post from
Mike Garrison’s "resignation" today as president of West Virginia University presents a timely opportunity to review his employment agreement, including its provisions for severance pay. I put resignation in quotation marks not to be sarcastic, but because Garrison’s announcement about his departure