CISA had just passed out of the public’s eye during the first half of November. But in light of the terrorist attacks on Paris, encryption—and how much—has taken center stage in U.S. politics.
The EEOC recently disclosed its fiscal year 2015 performance report. The report is a good reminder to employers of the issues that they may likely face EEOC scrutiny.
We have recently written blog posts on our Southern neighbor, Mexico (see Marijuana Legalization: Bad for the Cartels and Mexican Marijuana Laws: Change is Here/Coming) and with all that has been going on with Canada cannabis lately, we are going to start giving our Northern neighbor equal time.
I used to work at Disability Rights of Texas. I learned that some folks have some very obscure disabilities.
Tracy, CA-based Taylor Farms Pacific, Inc. is recalling a long list of products because they may include celery which could potentially contain E. coli 0157:H7.
Canada’s largest securities regulator continues to move to implement its whistleblowing program, and investors and market participants should take note.
Costs and class counsel fees shape the commencement, prosecution and settlement of class proceedings.
Studies reveal that 50 to 70% of M&A transactions ultimately fail to realize expected synergies and, in fact, many actually dilute shareholder value.
Millions of Americans rely on implantable medical devices to stay alive. These battery-operated devices communicate through wireless transmissions — and can be hacked like any other wireless device.
Since the Supreme Court struck down an almost century-old rule of per se antitrust liability in Leegin Creative Leather Prods., Inc. v. PSKS, Inc., 551 U.S. 877 (2007),* defense lawyers have tried to parlay a single sentence from Leegin into a per-se killer robot.