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By Belton Zeigler
Data transfers are the lifeblood of business in a global market.
By Belton Zeigler, Andrew Kimble, Malcolm Dowden
Sweeping statements made in an Executive Order issued five days into the Trump administration have cast doubt on the legal status of the EU-US Privacy Shield...
By Emily Scheible, Laura Kees
The Digital Millennium Copyright Act provides safe harbors from copyright infringement liability for online service providers.
By William Hubbard, Christopher Humphrey, John Morrow, Jr.
Today, many universities own extensive patent portfolios that are managed by sophisticated tech transfer offices. Universities obtain these patents for many reasons, not the least of which is that some portfolios generate millions of dollars in licensing revenues.
By Steve Clinton, Michael Gencarella
As we entered 2017 the outlook in Silicon Valley was one of cautious optimism, although the all-time stock market highs that we've seen over the past couple of weeks may have pushed...
By Womble Carlyle Team
Ikea won recognition this week for putting that same thinking toward the plight of refugees.
By Theodore F. Claypoole, Taylor Ey
U.S companies are expected to explain how consumers are being tracked across devices, so that the company knows a consumer accessing its website from smartphone, tablet, television, laptop or other devices.
By Michael Sullivan, Christa Burger
The Trump Administration wasted no time getting started, as the new President issued a number of new executive branch directives in his first few days in office.
By Michael Sullivan, Christopher Kreiner, Loryn Buckner
Public concern is increasing over the safety of recycled rubber tire crumb used as infill for synthetic turf fields and playgrounds.
By Michael Sullivan, Christa Burger
The Trump Administration wasted no time getting started, as the new President issued a number of new executive branch directives in his first few days in office.
By James Kearney
UK Prime Minister Theresa May has secured the coveted first meeting between President Trump and a foreign head of government.
By Claire Rauscher, Belton Zeigler
As their methods evolve, cybercriminals are increasingly targeting regional manufacturing businesses with sophisticated and potentially costly attacks.
By John Hunter, Stephanie L. Yarbrough
German-based Henkel Corporation plans to relocate its Laundry and Home Care and Beauty Care headquarters from Scottsdale, Arizona to Stamford, Connecticut which will create 266 new jobs in the state...
By Aaron Pohlmann
Effective January 18, 2017, the Department of Labor issued a "final rule" modifying 29 CFR § 2560.503-1, governing claims procedures for disability benefits under ERISA plans.
By David Yandle, J. Marshall Allen
In December 2016, the South Carolina Supreme Court denied a petition for re-hearing, resolving a long standing dispute and allowing medical practices to employ directly PTs and PTAs.
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