Drivers are spending more time on the road than ever before. Self-driving cars could help lift some of that burden later this year—but are lawmakers ready for that?
Consumer privacy has never been a bigger deal than it is now. As a number of companies look to use data on user behavior in new ways, agencies pop up in kind to check any foul play. Now, based on comments by Commissioner Tom Wheeler, you can probably add the FCC to the list.
A recently released Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) plan meant to end “payday debt traps” is meeting serious criticism from industry experts who say the rule, as proposed, would seriously limit short-term borrowing options for American consumers.
Registrations of non-traditional trademarks are uncommon, and often discussed only among legal scholars and in academic papers.
Social media accounts can be “property of the estate” in a bankruptcy case of a business, and thus belong to the business, even when the contents of the accounts are intermingled with personal content of managers and owners.
Did you see John Lester pitch for the Red Sox against the Yankees a few days ago?
In last week’s oral argument on the constitutionality of same-sex marriage bans, Chief Justice Roberts asked the following question…
The dramatic legal saga spurred by the lawsuit brought by Oklahoma and Nebraska against the State of Colorado seeking to strike down Colorado’s recreational marijuana laws continues.
Since last spring, we have been following developments in the oft-delayed Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) regulations rewrite by the Department of Labor (DOL).
Last week, Google announced its new “Patent Purchase Promotion.”