On August 21, 2015, the 11th Circuit upheld the dismissal of a class action against DCI Biologicals, Inc. (DCI) for its alleged violations of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA).
The Washington State Supreme Court has unanimously upheld a lower court ruling in a long-running lawsuit by non-tribal gas station owners challenging gas tax compacts negotiated in the past decade between the state and Indian tribes.
With Tropical Storm Erika bearing down upon us and likely to hit our shores over the weekend or early next week, it is important for you to know what to do if your community suffers a property loss due to this storm.
My mom hates the word “sucks,” but I’m using it in my title for effect – “what, Lindsay thinks networking sucks?”
On August 27, 2015, the Washington Supreme Court affirmed lower courts in holding “that text messages sent and received by a public employee in the employee’s official capacity are public records of the employer, even if the employee uses a private cell phone.”
It seems that not a day goes by without another massive data breach incident providing fodder for the morning headlines or the evening news.
After the recent events involving more than one hacked connected car, major car makers decided to create a joined alliance to coordinate their efforts against cyber attacks.
First thing sunday morning Karen Rubin sits down, with her “strong coffee” and works on her blog.
The “Reed Amendment” and Admissibility to the United States: Will I Be Barred from Reentry After Renunciation?
A common concern about renunciation of U.S. citizenship is that of admissibility to the United States thereafter.