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What Would A "Brexit" Mean For Brand Owners With European Trademarks? 
Cassels Brock

Businesses who have protected their brands in the United Kingdom solely through the European Trademark system, may be wondering what will happen to their trademark protection in the United Kingdom should the vote be for a "Brexit".
What Does The Brexit Vote Mean For UK Data Protection? 
Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, P.C.

US companies and policy makers will no doubt spend a good chunk of the day today considering the possible implications for them of yesterday's UK vote for Brexit.
Brexit And UK Immigration: The New Reality And 5 Key Considerations 
Clyde & Co

The UK's decision to leave the EU is likely to transform the UK Immigration landscape.
UK Votes To Leave The European Union: What Does It Mean For Fund Managers? 
Shearman & Sterling LLP

Following the so-called "Brexit" referendum held on 23 June 2016, the UK has narrowly voted to leave the European Union.
Trademark Series: Words In A Foreign Language  
Field LLP

A word that clearly describes a particular product or service cannot function as a trademark for that product or service. The Trademarks Act phrases this idea in a more formal way...
Oi Group Requested Its Judicial Reorganization Proceeding 
Trench Rossi Watanabe Advogados

Today, Oi Group requested its judicial reorganization proceeding in Court. The lawsuit was assigned to the Seventh Business Court of the City of Rio de Janeiro, State of Rio de Janeiro...
Brexit: What Does The Vote Mean For Business? 
Shearman & Sterling LLP

Today, it was announced that the UK public has voted to leave the European Union. There will now be a negotiation of a new relationship between the UK and Europe.
A French Look At Brexit: Should They Stay Or Should They Go 

In an article published in Tax Notes International on May 23, Jessie Gaston discusses the potential tax and economic consequences for France if the United Kingdom leaves the European Union...
Brexit Stage Right - What Is The Legal Position Now The UK Has Voted To Leave The European Union? 
Gowling WLG

On 23 June 2016, the UK voted to leave the European Union, the final count confirmed 48% in favour of Remain and 52% for Leave.
Brexit: Immigration Consequences To The UK Leaving The EU? 
Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, P.C.

The United Kingdom (England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Island) went to the polls June 23rd and voted to leave the European Union.
Inadmissible Doesn't Mean Confidential At The PTAB 
Foley Hoag LLP

Although the focus of IPR and other PTAB trials is on the validity of patents, parties cannot reflexively rely on the safeguards of FRE 408 for licensing and settlement negotiations...
Brexit: Moving Forward 
Clyde & Co

The UK has voted to leave the EU. By voting Brexit, the UK now faces significant implications whilst terms are negotiated.
FERC Issues Rule Eliminating Exemptions For Wind Generators From Reactive Power Requirements 
Troutman Sanders LLP

On June 16, 2016, FERC revised the pro forma Large Generator Interconnection Agreement ("LGIA") and the pro forma Small Generator Interconnection Agreement ...
Mississippi Advances With Telehealth, Shows Promise For Improved Diabetes Disease Management 
Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton

Rightly or wrongly, Mississippi is not generally regarded as a leader in health. The state, which opted out of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) Medicaid expansion, consistently ranks in the bottom two...
Weekly Web Wrap-Up: June 22, 2016 
Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton

Welcome to Sheppard Mullin's Weekly Web Wrap-Up, a quick list of the past week's top news in the social media, gaming, and virtual goods and currencies industries curated by Social Media & Games Team.
Things Are Looking Up: Good, Old Fashioned Optimism And The ASB 
Fox Rothschild LLP

I have been told by many folks that I am an optimist. I believe in good, old fashioned hope that things are looking up.
California Proposes Adopting New Permitting Program For Wetlands And Waters Of The State 
Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton

On June 17, 2017, the State Water Resources Control Board published proposed amendments to the Ocean Plan and the water quality control plan for Inland Surface Waters and Enclosed Bays and Estuaries...
Philadelphia Becomes The First Jurisdiction In 2016 To Restrict Employers From Using Credit Information In Employment Decisions 
Littler Mendelson

On June 7, 2016, Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney signed a bill to make it unlawful, with limited exceptions, for employers to procure or use an applicant's or employee's credit history for employment purposes.
One-Two Punch On Hospital Challenges: Is The FTC Down For The Count? 
Proskauer Rose LLP

There was a time not long ago when the odds of beating the Federal Trade Commission on a hospital merger antitrust challenge were slim.
Proposed Changes To E-Verify 
Littler Mendelson

United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is in the process of reviewing public comments and considering revisions to its recently proposed changes to the E-Verify program.
News of Note In IP: June 20, 2016 
Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton

Each week, Sheppard Mullin brings you News of Note in IP: The latest news in the IP-related fields of technology, privacy, fashion, advertising, music, and social media...
Pharma In Brief - Federal Court Strikes Biologic PM(NOC) Application On Account Of Non-Infringement Of Use Claims 
Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP

The Federal Court granted a motion to dismiss an application under s. 6(5)(b) of the PM(NOC) Regulations on the basis that the second person would not infringe the patent.
Legal Alert - What You Need To Know About The New Minneapolis Sick And Safe Time Ordinance 
Lindquist & Vennum

Effective July 1, 2017, Minnesota employers who have employees working in Minneapolis, regardless of their office location, will be required to give all employees who work a minimum of 80 hours a year paid...
Are Legal Concerns To Blame For The Lack Of Ford Credit Link Customers? 
Fox Rothschild LLP

Devotees of "Are We There Yet?" will recall that I profiled Ford's New Shared Lease Program back in February, highlighting that the legal issues were tightly intertwined with the potential impracticalities.
Pay-If-Paid Provisions Remain Enforceable In Missouri 
Lewis Rice

If you're involved in construction, you undoubtedly have an opinion on "pay-if-paid" provisions in subcontract agreements.
DOJ Settles Design And Construction Fair Housing Act Case For $160,000 
Fox Rothschild LLP

Continuing its efforts to enforce the Fair Housing Act (FHA), last week the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) announced it had settled a disability case for $160,000 that it filed in Ohio.
Code May Include Fraudulent Transfers That Occur Without False Representations 
Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton

The case arose when Chrysalis Manufacturing Corp. ("Chrysalis") could not satisfy approximately $164,000 in debt that it owed to Husky International Electronics, Inc. ("Husky").
A Null And Void Non-Compete Clause Does Not Trigger Automatic Damages 
Reed Smith (Worldwide)

Until now, there has been no requirement for an employee to demonstrate any loss suffered to be entitled to damages owing to a null and void non-compete clause inserted into his or her employment contract.
Supreme Court Calls "Do Over" On FLSA Service Advisor Exemption Rule 
Fisher Phillips LLP

In a 6 to 2 decision, the U.S. Supreme Court today continued the flip-flop-flip on determining whether an automobile dealership's service advisors are exempt from the FLSA's overtime requirements.
2015 Annual Reports 

Each report contains a review of achievements from 2015 as well as looking forward to the objectives and challenges which will be relevant in the coming year.
EOIPA And China Insurance Regulatory Commission Sign MoU 

On June 15, the European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EOIPA) and the China Insurance Regulatory Commission signed a Memorandum of Understanding to set up joint work programs and pursue joint activities.
Council Of Europe Enacts Delay To MIFID II 

On June 17, the Council of the EU issued a press release regarding its adoption of a regulation and a directive enacting a one-year delay to the new securities market rules.
EBA Releases Final Draft Regulatory Technical Standards 

On June 13, the European Banking Authority (EBA) released the final draft regulatory technical standards on assigning risk weights to specialized lending exposures under article 153(9) of Regulation (EU) No 575/2013 (Capital Requirements Regulation – CRR).
FERC Clarifies Electric Quarterly Report Reporting Requirements 
Troutman Sanders LLP

The majority of FERC's order provides certain clarifications and modifications of the EQR reporting requirements and fields in the EQR Data Dictionary.
Rating Agency Developments - 20 June 2016 

On June 14, 2016, DBRS issued a report entitled: General Corporate Methodology.
CFTC Requests Public Comment On A Rule Amendment Certification Filing By ICE Futures U.S. 

The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) seeks comments from the public on a proposed amendment that "would clarify that parties to a block trade may engage in pre-hedging...
CFTC Approves Final Rule To Amend Swap Data Recordkeeping And Reporting Requirements For Cleared Swaps 

The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) issued a final rule that clarified reporting obligations for completed swap transactions...
FHFA Releases 2015 Report To Congress 

On June 15, 2016, the Federal Housing Finance Agency's "Report to Congress" for 2015 was released. The document, required under federal law, analyzes Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and other entities under the Federal Housing Finance Agency's purview.
New FAA Drone Rules 
Reed Smith

On June 21, 2016, the FAA issued its long-awaited regulations governing "Small Unmanned Aircraft," or drone operation. 
OSHA New Rules Address Post-Accident Drug Testing, Retaliation Claims, And Electronic Injury/Illness Reporting 
Seyfarth Shaw LLP

OSHA's new final rules call into question mandatory post-accident drug screenings and safety incentive programs, open the door to new retaliation citations, and will require employers to post OSHA logs electronically.
CMS Finalizes Changes To Medicare Clinical Lab Test Payment Policy, Pushes Back Effective Date To 2018 
Reed Smith

CMS is publishing a major final rule to base Medicare clinical laboratory fee schedule reimbursement on private insurance payment amounts, as required by the Protecting Access to Medicare Act of 2014.
MIT Study Finds Energy Storage For Renewables Makes Economic Sense In Some Locations 
Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, P.C.

Researchers at MIT found that it currently makes economic sense to combine large-scale energy storage systems with renewable energy projects, such as wind and solar farms...
CFTC Extends No-Action Relief To SEFs And DCMs From Certain CFTC Regulations For Correction Of Errors 

The CFTC extended the relief contained in Letter No. 15-24 that allowed swap execution facilities and designated contract markets to correct certain errors...
The Defense Of Trade Secrets Act Of 2016 - A New Federal Cause Of Action For Trade Secret Misappropriation 
Poyner Spruill LLP

On May 11, President Obama signed into law the Defend Trade Secrets Act of 2016. Effective immediately, the DTSA establishes a federal cause of action for trade secret misappropriation.
Agencies Permit Reduced Content Resolution Plan Submissions For Firms With Limited U.S. Operations 

On June 10, 2016, the Federal Reserve Board and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation allowed 84 entities with limited activities in the United States "to file reduced content resolution plans for their next three resolution plans."
Consumer Compliance: Notice And Request For Comment On Proposed Uniform Interagency Consumer Compliance Rating System 

On June 9, 2016, the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council announced that it is seeking comment on proposed revisions to the existing Uniform Interagency Consumer Compliance Rating System (CC Rating System).
NEB Initiates Novel Hearing Process For Energy East Pipeline Project 
Aird & Berlis LLP

On June 16, 2016, the National Energy Board (NEB) announced that the project application for TransCanada's Energy East pipeline project is complete, and provided some preliminary details about the hearing process.
Even As They Lament The Horrific Reality Of Mass Violence, Employers Must Consider How To Prevent It In Their Workplaces 
Foley & Lardner

After last week's horrific mass shooting in Orlando, which targeted the LGBT community, most of us have spent days lost in thought, in sadness, and in concern about how such tragedies continue to occur.
Supreme Court Clarifies Test For Fee-Shifting In Copyright Cases 

The Supreme Court on June 16 issued a unanimous ruling clarifying the test for awarding attorneys' fees to successful copyright litigants.
City Of Los Angeles Expands Paid Sick Leave Requirements Effective July 1, 2016 
Fox Rothschild LLP

Employers in the City of Los Angeles have one week to implement policies that comply with the new paid sick leave ordinance, which goes into effect on July 1, 2016, and doubles the current state law requirements.
Health Care Enforcement Defense Advisory On Escobar Holding 
Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, P.C.

Earlier today, my colleagues Tom Crane and Larry Freedman released a Health Care Enforcement Defense Advisory regarding the Supreme Court's long-awaited, unanimous decision in Universal Health Services...
Enactment Of Los Angeles And San Diego Minimum Wage And Paid Sick Leave Ordinances Requires Employers To Reassess Their Policies 
Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton

The cities of Los Angeles and San Diego recently approved minimum wage and sick leave ordinances that will apply to all employees who work within those cities' geographical limits.
Supreme Court Adopts Implied False Certification Theory In Universal Health Services v. United States Ex Rel. Escobar But Imposes Limits 
Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, P.C.

On June 16, 2016, a unanimous Supreme Court issued its long-awaited decision in Universal Health Services v. United States ex rel. Escobar ("Escobar").
CFPB Will Appeal Decision Blocking Its Investigation Into College Accreditation Organization 
Troutman Sanders LLP

In August 2015, the CFPB issued a CID to the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools, seeking information on the organization's accreditation process for for-profit colleges.
New ACO Rule: Continued CMS Efforts To Promote Program Participation  
Ropes & Gray LLP

On June 6, 2016, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services issued a final rule for accountable care organizations participating in the Medicare Shared Savings Program.
Senior Executives Settle With Alberta Securities Commission For Overstating The Company's Financial Position 
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP

On June 16, 2016, the Alberta Securities Commission concluded Settlement Agreements with three senior executives from Poseidon Concepts, an Alberta corporation.
Barron's: Private Banks Massively Increase Impact Fund Offerings 
Womble Carlyle

A new article in Barron's confirms what many of us working in the Impact Economy already knew - Impact Investing is growing at a rapid pace.
NTIA Multistakeholder Process Finalizes General Privacy Guidelines For Commercial Facial Recognition Use  
Proskauer Rose LLP

The guidelines generally apply to "covered entities," or any person, including corporate affiliates, that collects, stores, or processes facial template data.
Fox On The Hill 
Fox Rothschild LLP

This past week marked the end of the Presidential Primaries. Hillary Clinton won the last Democratic Primary in Washington, DC, bringing her delegate count to 2,806.
FERC Eliminates Reactive Power Exemption For Wind Generation 
Duane Morris LLP

On June 16, 2016, the FERC issued Order No. 827 revising its pro forma generator interconnection agreements to eliminate the exemption that wind generators enjoyed from the requirement to provide reactive power.
Medical Marijuana Is Coming To PA: Are You Ready? 
Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis LLP

In April, Governor Wolf signed legislation making Pennsylvania the 24th state to legalize medical marijuana.
Five Things Employers Should Know About Ohio's Medical Marijuana Law 
Fisher Phillips LLP

In the article, "Five Things Employers Should Know About Ohio's Medical Marijuana Law," Partner Sarah Moore identifies how Ohio's new medical marijuana law will impact workplaces within the state.
Federal Circuit Affirms Refusal To Register "Churrascos" Based On Genericness, Despite Prior Federal Registration Of The Mark 
Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit affirmed the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board's refusal to register the stylized mark CHURRASCOS for bar and restaurant services based on genericness.
How To Prevent Your Design Protection Being Trunki-ated 
Marks & Clerk

Following the Supreme Court's ruling in PMS International v Magmatic, the UK IPO has issued a designs practice notice which highlights useful steps applicants can take to maximise the protection of their designs.
"Weed" In The Workplace: An Employer's Guide To Pennsylvania's New Medical Marijuana Law 
Fox Rothschild LLP

Inhale. Pennsylvania has become the 24th state to approve the use of medical marijuana for therapeutic purposes.
New U.S. Department of Labor "Persuader Rule" to be Effective July 1 - Immediate Action Required to Secure Exemption 
Day Pitney LLP

An important change in the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) interpretation of the federal Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure Act (LMRDA) requires your immediate attention and consideration.
Managing The Transition To Transformation: Is Your Organization Ready For The Shift To Alternative And Quality-Based Payment Models? 
McDermott Will & Emery

McDermott's Managing the Transition to Transformation series is designed to help health systems and other health care industry leaders address the many challenges presented by the transformation in payment and care delivery models.
Are Dynamic IP Addresses Personal Data? A Primer  
Proskauer Rose LLP

Last month, one of the Advocate Generals of the CJEU, Manuel Campos Sánchez-Bordona, issued an opinion suggesting that dynamic IP addresses should be recognized as "personal data" under EU law.
Traveling To Canada? Be Aware Of New Rules! 
Fox Rothschild LLP

The Canada Border Services Agency ("CBSA") issued a message on May 10, 2016 to all Legal Permanent Residents ("LPRs") of the U.S. traveling to Canada by air.
Labour Arbitration: When Are Damages In Lieu Of Reinstatement An Appropriate Remedy? 
Cox & Palmer

In the context of a unionized work environment, it is generally the case that when an employee is found to be terminated without cause, the employee is ordered to be reinstated.
Brexit: Corporate Tax Issues 
Withers LLP

On Brexit the UK will stand outside the existing EU customs union with all the other EU Member States.
The Revised Provisions On The Administration Of Business Licensing For General Aviation 
Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton

The Ministry of Transportation issued the revised Provisions on the Administration of Business Licensing for General Aviation (Order of the Ministry of Transportation [2016] No. 31)("Order No. 31") on April 7, 2016.
SEC Issues Order Increasing The Net Worth Test Under Rule 205-3 Under The Investment Advisers Act Of 1940 To $2.1 Million 

The definition of "qualified client" includes an assets under management standard set as $1,00,000 and a net worth test that set at (in the case of a natural person, with assets held jointly with a spouse), more than $2,000,000.
New U.S. Department Of Labor "Persuader Rule" To Be Effective July 1 – Immediate Action Required To Secure Exemption 
Day Pitney LLP

An important change in the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) interpretation of the federal Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure Act (LMRDA) requires your immediate attention and consideration.
Would Brexit Spell The End For Cross-Border Operations For Financial Services Firms? 
Withers LLP

A significant proportion of institutions regulated by the UK Financial Conduct Authority enjoy 'passport' rights under one of the EU Single-Market financial services directives, allowing them to provide services or establish a branch on cross-border basis in other EEA member states, without having to obtain fresh licences in those 'host' states.
USFWS Proposes (Again) To Issue 30-Year Eagle Act Permits 
Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton

On May 6, 2016, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service ("Service") published a proposed rule that would amend various aspects of its permitting program under the Bald and Golden Eagle Protection Act ("Eagle Act").
San Diego Voters Enact Paid Sick Leave, Higher Minimum Wage  
Seyfarth Shaw LLP

After hitting some major roadblocks, the San Diego Earned Sick Leave and Minimum Wage Ordinance has now been enacted.
Be Aware Of Potential Liabilities When Buying A Business 
Gowling WLG

This case deals with a share purchase transaction, where the defendant sold its corporation to the plaintiffs, holding companies owned by the two individuals intervened in the proceedings.
A Partial Defence Of Proxy Advisors 

When ICSA and the FT surveyed opinions for the latest Boardroom Bellwether survey published in May, companies were asked: how do you perceive the influence of proxy advisors...
Supreme Court Of Canada Decides That Substance Trumps Form In The Application Of The Section 8 Interest Act Prohibition On Higher Default Interest To An Incentive Rate Mortgage 
McCarthy Tétrault LLP

In Krayzel Corp. v. Equitable Trust Co., 2016 SCC 18, the Supreme Court of Canada held that an interest rate increase that was structured as a lower rate in the absence of default infringed Section 8 of the Interest Act.
Voices Of Anglers - Will Survives Despite Fears Of Saddam Hussein  
Withers LLP

A daughter who challenged her mother's will for lack of capacity and want of knowledge and approval has lost in the High Court.
"Interim" No More: DHS And DOJ Publish Final CISA Guidance On Cybersecurity Sharing  
Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, P.C.

As we have written previously, a company may share cyber threat indicators (CTIs) and defensive measures (DMs) for cybersecurity purposes "notwithstanding any other provision of law,"...
How Will Brexit Affect Employment Rights and Obligations? 
Withers LLP

The referendum in the UK has returned a result that confirms that the majority of those who voted wish to leave the EU. What is the impact of Brexit on employment rights, many of which, it is said, depend on European law?
EAT Decision Sheds New Light On Scope Of ACAS Code On Ill Health Dismissals 
Reed Smith (Worldwide)

In this case, the Employment Tribunal had awarded the claimant, a security guard, compensation for unfair dismissal and unlawful discrimination.
Universal Health: The Supreme Court Approves Implied Certification; Focus On Materiality Provides A Mixed Blessing To Defendants In False Claims Act Cases 
Morrison & Foerster LLP

On June 16, 2016, a unanimous Supreme Court blessed the implied false certification theory of False Claims Act (FCA) liability, resolving a circuit split on the theory's legitimacy.
The Cost Of Training: Apprenticeship Levy Looms 
Gowling WLG

The Government's new Apprenticeship Levy (the Levy) will see large employers paying 0.5% of their annual wage bill towards the cost of apprenticeship training from April 2017.
Will Drafting Negligence Claims – An Exemption For Financial Advisers? 
Withers LLP

A recent decision from Leeds serves as a reminder of the duty of care owed to disappointed beneficiaries where wills have been drafted incorrectly.
Guidance For Attorneys And Deputies On Making Gifts And Payments For Care 
Withers LLP

The Office of the Public Guardian (OPG) published guidance in May for property and financial affairs attorneys and deputies on making gifts on behalf of the person for whom they act.
The Worth Of "Diminished Value" Claims In Ontario 
Miller Thomson LLP

The claim goes by many names: "diminished value", "diminution in value" and "accelerated depreciation".
Tech Support Company Settles False Advertising Litigation With FTC 
Klein Moynihan Turco LLP

On Monday, the Federal Trade Commission ("FTC") announced its settlement with Vast Tech Support, LLC, OMG Tech Help, LLC and their chief operating officer Mark Donohue.
CFTC Reopens Comment Period For Regulation AT 
Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP

The CFTC reopened the comment period on Regulation Automated Trading ("AT") to allow for additional input based on issues raised in a recent roundtable's discussion.
Domain Name Scams: Can You Ignore The Email You Received About A Company Applying To Register Your Mark As A Domain Name? GENERALLY YES! 
Bereskin & Parr LLP

In recent years, we have received countless enquiries from clients worried about an email they received about a company trying to register their mark as a domain name or keyword, usually in China or Hong Kong.
Pennsylvania Assembly Passes Sweeping Expansion Of Gambling 
Duane Morris LLP

On June 22, 2016 the Pennsylvania General Assembly passed a sweeping expansion of gambling .
A Comment On The Daniels Case  
Thompson Dorfman Sweatman LLP

In Canada, legislative responsibilities are split between the federal and provincial level of government.
Brexit: How will it affect my business? The implications for data privacy, intellectual property and information technology matters 
Mayer Brown

Following a referendum held on 23 June 2016, it has been announced that the United Kingdom has decided to leave the European Union ("Brexit").
Brexit: How Will Your Business Be Affected? 

Today a majority of British voters voted to leave the European Union. David Cameron, Prime Minister has announced that he will step down in October.
Tenants Who Move Under Cover Of Darkness: Using The Bulk Sales Act To Recoup Losses Incurred At The Hands Of Rogue Tenants 

Retail landlords may have a powerful statutory remedy against defaulting retail tenants who sell all or substantially all of their goods and merchandise.
CIIPO Appeals To Cayman Brac Artists 
Cayman Islands Government

CIIPO is a unit under the General Registry department.
3 Challenges For Internet-Of-Things Patents 
Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP

The "Internet-of-Things" (IoT), sometimes known as the "intelligence of things," is a network of interconnected physical objects, each embedded with sensors that collect and upload data to the internet for analysis or control.
Watch Out: Judges Start Getting Creative With Non-Complying Litigants And Obstructers  
Fox Rothschild LLP

It appears that judges are "getting real" about compliance.

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