Who would’ve thought the now infamous Sony Hack would’ve brought about change for women in Hollywood? That is, if they can stick the landing this time.
The U.S. Department of State rescinded Cuba’s designation as a State Sponsor of Terrorism today.
It is pretty rare for the Lanham Act and state law deceptive advertising cases to involve political candidates, but a case in Virginia shows how advertising law can be used to help candidates who have been harmed by entities trying to raise money using their name and likeness.
Japanese airbag manufacturer Takata has announced that it would double the size of its initial airbag recall, expanding nationally to include 34 million vehicles.
Most companies today depend on networks, computers and the Internet to help manage their business.
It’s all fun and games until someone hacks your pacemaker.
If they have not already done so, employers need to start planning and putting a plan into action in order to ensure full compliance by the July 1, 2015 compliance deadline set by California’s Healthy Workplaces, Healthy Families Act.
With three of the seven seats on the Pennsylvania Supreme Court up for election in November, the stakes were high in the May 19 primaries, in which six candidates in each party vied for nominations. The twelve candidates raised more than $5 million and spent approximately half of that on TV ads.
In a closely-watched case out of Miami, the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals redefined the zone of privacy for cell phone users.