Yet another court recently ruled that an employer may terminate an employee for his or her marijuana use that is legal under state law — this time in New Mexico.
Concerns about the spread of Zika virus and potential complications associated with infection may soon lead to new research and development opportunities for government contractors and grant recipients.
Sports Authority, Inc. (“Sports Authority”) appears to likely be the next big tenant Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing.
Patents, Quebec Employment, Capital Markets, Estate Planning, Copyrights: New Blogs Joining the LexBlog Network
Wow, it was quite the week for launches on the LexBlog Network, as we have five new publications joining us. They look great, and they’re from some very impressive firms. Let’s jump into it.
Health care analytics make use of patient data to inform treatment decisions and is increasingly moving front and center in personalized medicine.
In a notable ruling last month, a California district court ruled that the HTML underlying a custom search results page of an online advertising creation platform is copyrightable.
There’s been a lot of buzz in the past few weeks surrounding Lyft’s proposed class action settlement in Lyft v. Cotter, NDCA Case No. 13-cv-04064-VC. Under the terms of the proposed settlement, Lyft will, among other things…
As colleges and universities begin new terms, not all students are returning to the classroom.
In the interest of full disclosure, “yes,” this particular blog post is a marketing piece.
Upcoming tests seek to predict whether Wi-Fi can survive cell companies’ using its frequency bands.
For the past three years, we’ve taken a close statistical look at the previous year’s decisions from the Illinois Supreme Court to see what insights could be gained about the justices’ voting patterns and decision making dynamics.