On Thursday internet retailer-giant Amazon announced it would no longer be carrying Apple or Google streaming devices. Their reason may not surprise you.
O’Reilly Paints Team Telecom As an “Inextricable Black Hole” for Applicants, but Will His Call for Reform Fare Better?
On October 1, Chairman Wheeler announced that he has circulated a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking among his fellow Commissioners that would seek comment on simplifying the FCC’s foreign ownership approval process for broadcast licensees “by extending the streamlining rules and procedures that currently apply to other classes of licensees to broadcast licensees.”
An asset search may reveal that your spouse is hiding assets from you during your divorce. You might then be able to sue your spouse & possibly others for fraudulently concealing assets.
As most of our readers likely know, the FTC and FDA share jurisdiction over claims for foods, cosmetics and OTC drugs.
We were asked that recently, proving that there is such a thing as a wrong question. Let’s break it down.
How UK Brands That Use Vlogger Endorsements & Social Media for Marketing Can Stay On the Right Side of the Law
Vloggers have become the reality stars of our times.
Election years often revive old bones of contention, and the issue of birthright citizenship is but one of many that comes and goes.
The Supreme Court today refused to grant review of the Second Circuit’s restrictive insider-trading decision in United States v. Newman.
In an unanimous decision that was released late this morning, the Connecticut Supreme Court ruled the limits to free speech limits established by the U.S. Supreme Court in its Garcetti decision — namely that speech pursuant to an employee’s official job duties was not protected — did not apply to claims brought under the Connecticut Constitution.
Nowhere is the opportunity greater to promote broadband deployment than in the wireless sector.