This is a very interesting article by Ramnath Subramanian: The Bhagavad Gita and the Problem of the Ego. The post discusses the great need for everyone (ALL of us!) to be introspective, and be open to our own flaws and our egos. And that our egos (often subconsciously) block us from truth and progress.
On September 27, the case of PBC client Kenneth Pearson, which relates to a pension plan's misstatement of benefits, was heard by the United States Court of Appeals, Seventh Circuit, for oral argument. Mr. Pearson is represented by PBC Attorney Michael Brown, and Attorney William Parsons of Hawks Quindel. Per practice of the Seventh Circuit's website, the parties' oral argument for the case (09-3884, Kenneth Pearson v. Voith Paper Rolls Inc.) was posted as an audio file here.
This post describes the doctrine of "employment at will," and exceptions to the doctrine. (Please note this post does not provide legal advice, and that different locations/States and their laws vary in how employment-at-will is interpreted).
PBC Attorney Michael Brown will attend a Board meeting for the Wisconsin State Bar's Individual Rights & Responsibilities Section (IRR) on Friday, September 24, 2010.
In other articles, I've discussed things that all employees should keep in mind when it comes to potential job loss, job loss and severance. These include articles such as those here: Problems at the Job (archive) and Things to Consider When Your Employer Offers a Severance Agreement.
If you are an individual thinking about pursuing a legal matter- and you are like most people- you probably haven't given thorough thought to the investments required for that type of legal matter.