In what could be the most bizarre civil suit concerning social media, a district court decided that name-calling on Twitter is covered under the First Amendment.
Even before a marriage is finalized, engaged couples may already face a host of legal issues. While a prenuptial agreement can prevent some complications later on, property issues may arise before a couple ever says “I do.”
William F. Buckley Jr. was a well-known conservative commentator who authored the political magazine, National Review, (and a couple of leading conservative political books) and hosted the television show Firing Line from 1966 until 1999.
So by now, you’ve probably heard of the tale of the Rabbi versus Northwest Airlines. Northwest, Inc., et al. v. Ginsberg, 572 U.S. ___, (2013) (slip op.). Rabbi Ginsberg lives in Minneapolis.
The federal government sector has been abuzz lately with whispers and shouts about pending cybersecurity regulations, frameworks, and requirements.
One of our China lawyers got the following email this week (modified a bit to avoid any identifiers).
We have all seen the growth of Chinese investment in the U.S. hotel industry, but this is only the tip of the Chinese investment iceberg in acquiring U.S. management expertise and technology to fuel the growth of the hospitality and hotel industry in China itself.
Last week, the SEC issued three new interpretations related to the so-called “intrastate offering exemption,” which is a registration exemption that facilitates the financing of local business operations.
With any innovative technology, there’s bound to be some growing pains. With the IRS recently deeming Bitcoins property, and not currency, this could certainly fall into that category—though many have said it’s much worse. Still, there is some good to this.
It’s a marathon – not a sprint. Entrepreneurs working on starting-up hear this mantra all the time.