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By Michael Nepple
A law designed to help copyright holders expedite the resolution of small copyright infringement claims, the Copyright Alternative in Small-Claims Enforcement (CASE) Act, has passed the House...
By Jennifer Post, Luke Sosnicki
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) takes effect on January 1, 2020. Private litigants may begin to bring lawsuits under the CCPA for data breaches the same day.
By David Rubin
Parties to syndicated credit agreements and high-yield bond indentures have recently introduced provisions.
By Steven Gorin
In How to avoid tax traps in life insurance, I mentioned that an employer-owned life insurance contract might not qualify ..
By Mark Sableman
It doesn't take any formalities to authorize someone to use your copyrighted work. Whether we call it a "license," "permission," "a grant of rights" or something else, this step is often taken very...
By Aaron D. Lacey, Emily Wang Murphy, Christopher Murray, Robert Wallace, Jr., Katie Wendel
Though much has changed at the U.S. Department of Education over the years, at least one thing has remained constant:...
By Mark Sableman
Should false and misleading political advertisements be published?
By David Warfield
On November 12, 2019, the First Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that bankruptcy trustees may sue colleges and universities to recover pre-bankruptcy ...
By Michael Nepple
A federal jury in Indianapolis found that retired attorney Richard Bell does not own the copyright to a photograph of the Indianapolis skyline.
By Mark Sableman
"A unique crime fueled by technology." That's the Illinois Supreme Court's description of the crime colloquially known as "revenge porn."
By Robert Wallace, Jr.
This week on After the Buzzer, host Bob Wallace steps up to bat with the St. Louis Cardinals' Director of Security, Phil Melcher.
By David Farrell
Breaking from the overwhelming majority of prior case law, two bankruptcy courts recently held that Medicare and Medicaid provider agreements can be assigned as part of a Section 363
By Luke Sosnicki, James Shreve
On October 10, 2019, California's Attorney General released its long-awaited draft regulations explaining how the state intends to enforce...
By Milada Goturi, Christina Z. Randolph, Lauren Pair
On October 9, 2019, the Department of Health and Human Services ("HHS") proposed significant amendments to the Stark Law, Anti-Kickback Law ...
By Jason Grinnell
I have to admit that I was caught by surprise when my children's school circulated a message last year informing parents that the school was ...
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