Federalist Publisher’s Tweet About Unionization Was Joke, not Threat

From today’s Third Circuit decision in Fdrlst Media, LLC v. NLRBby Judge Thomas Hardiman, joined by Judge Anthony Scirica: The Employer [FDRLST] operates The Federalist, a right-leaning internet magazine that publishes commentary on cultural, political, and religious issues of current interest, including labor issues. In June 2019, the Employer found himself at the center of … Read more

The Metaverse Could Alter Corporate eLearning

Maximize The Metaverse’s Engagement Opportunities Widespread adoption of the metaverse is just around the corner, which is also right on course to forever change how people experience digital learning through eLearning for corporate training. It’s true that not all companies are keen on jumping aboard the metaverse train. However, in most cases, the tremendous benefits … Read more

US Senate Candidate Alan Grayson Loses Libel Lawsuit

The Second Amended Complaint also alleges that the same content appeared online, alongside other statements that Plaintiff: “used international government travel to drum up business for his hedge fund”; “used Congressional staff to work for the fund” (omitting the fact that the staffer worked for the fund when Plaintiff was not a member of Congress); … Read more

Mobile Applications For eLearning In 2022

Ways Mobile Apps Are Changing eLearning Mobile applications are the way of the world in this new decade of the twenty-first century. With massive strides in mobile app development, UI, UX, and deployment solutions, it is becoming a necessity for every industry to get on board the “app way” to stay relevant, competitive, efficient, cost-effective, … Read more