By Jeffrey V. Mehalic on Posted in Contracts
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
By Jeffrey V. Mehalic on Posted in Appellate DecisionsI want to close out the month by discussing two decisions from the Supreme Court of Appeals that address the scope of the trial court’s review of an arbitration agreement. Tomorrow I’ll write about two new decisions from the United States Supreme Court that also deal with arbitration.
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By Jeffrey V. Mehalic on Posted in ContractsFor 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
By Jeffrey V. Mehalic on Posted in ContractsThe furor over the AIG retention payments (a/k/a bonuses) has died down somewhat, perhaps because most of the executives involved have agreed to refund the bonuses, and perhaps because President Obama was less than enthusiastic in his support for the legislation passed by the House of Representatives that would impose a
By Jeffrey V. Mehalic on Posted in Contracts 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