A couple weeks back the Eighth Circuit took a look into the world of truck drivers, and all the health concerns and employment protocols that entails. But how long will this ruling stay relevant?
All kinds of companies are using batteries to cut expenses and reduce demand for new power plants.
UK Consumer Protection Regulator Cracks Down On Undisclosed Endorsements and “Cherry Picking” Reviews On Social Media
Social media is reportedly rife with influencers promoting or reviewing products or services without disclosing compensation or other consideration that they’ve received for such endorsements.
On Monday, October 24, 2016, the Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) issued proposed cybersecurity guidance to the auto industry, including auto manufacturers and designers and manufacturers of vehicle systems and software, designed to assist the industry in developing best practices to safeguard vehicles’ systems against cyber-attacks and to protect the data collected in automobiles.
As we approach Election Day, the political ads seem to be getting more and more frequent, and often more and more nasty.
Being part of the “in” crowd with the FBI apparently does not protect you from the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs.
Last month, Sports Shorts blogged about the rise in popularity of eSports and the wealth of commercial opportunities this presents.
And the Dream Lives On: DraftKings and FanDuel Settle Remaining False Advertising Claims with New York AG
In June, we covered Daily Fantasy Sports (“DFS”) operators’ major legislative victory in New York: a bill legalizing and regulating their business, ending the potential for an outright prohibition on DFS in the state. That bill’s passage was akin to clinching the pennant.
At the risk of reinforcing the notion of lawyers and human resources professionals as being the “no fun” bunch, we offer some practical tips to avoiding the unsuspecting tricks employers may experience after treating employees to Halloween cheer.
When we recommend to our clients that they take advance steps to protect their product from being copied in China, they often push back by using the “first to market” argument.
As the presidential election season enters its final, frenzied phase, it has become readily apparent that which of the two candidates is elected as the new the President of the United States on November 8 will have a monumental impact on the nation’s energy future.