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By Eric Ball
The Trademark Trial and Appeal Board has long been viewed as an economical alternative to litigation for parties seeking to protect their trademark rights.
By Jennifer Bush
As we mark the fifth anniversary of the effective date of Patent Trial and Appeal Board trials on September 16...
By Hanley Chew, Tyler Newby
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit held that allegations of a future risk of identity theft resulting from a data breach are not sufficient to establish standing.
By Michael Esquivel
The digital health sector is beginning to mature and investors are pouring more money into more deals, reports Rock Health in its survey of digital health investment in the first half of 2017.
By William Skinner
A planning objective that may be very important​ for a U.S. corporation (or other controlling U.S. shareholder) with foreign subsidiaries is deferral of U.S. tax on the un-repatriated earnings...
By Hanley Chew, Tyler Newby
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit has held that allegations that the security provisions of a privacy policy were violated are sufficient for standing in a data breach case, but that plaintiffs' contractual ...
By Pinar Bailey
It looks like the FDA is moving forward—and swiftly—with the digital health plan articulated in FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb's June blog post, previously outlined in this post.
By Daniel McCoy, Saundra Riley, Jennifer Wiegley
In Featherstone v. Southern California Permanente Medical Group, a California appellate court dismissed claims by a disabled employee asserting wrongful termination and disability discrimination...
By Daniel McCoy, Saundra Riley, Jennifer Wiegley
A California appellate court ruled, in Garcia v. Pexco, that a temporary worker could be made to arbitrate his California Labor Code claims against both the staffing agency that employed him...
By Hanley Chew, Eric Ball
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit held that allegations that Spokeo Inc. published an inaccurate consumer report in violation of the Fair Credit Reporting Act established a concrete injury...
By Daniel McCoy, Saundra Riley, Jennifer Wiegley
In Mendoza v. Nordstrom, the California Supreme Court recently provided much needed guidance about a non-exempt employee's entitlement to a day of rest in a workweek.
By Daniel McCoy, Saundra Riley, Jennifer Wiegley
The California Supreme Court, in Williams v. Marshalls of California, expanded the scope of information plaintiffs can obtain from employers in Labor Code Private Attorneys General Act actions.
By Daniel McCoy, Saundra Riley, Jennifer Wiegley
Actions by the federal Department of Labor portend an apparent shift toward a more employer-friendly wage and hour policy.
By Daniel McCoy, Saundra Riley, Jennifer Wiegley
On July 5, 2017, Washington became the fifth state to guarantee paid family leave for employees when Governor Jay Inslee signed the program into law.
By Daniel McCoy, Saundra Riley, Jennifer Wiegley
Effective May 15, 2017, New York City's Freelance Isn't Free Act aims to ensure that freelance workers in New York City are paid on time and in full.
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