As the Minnesota State Fair is here with everything “on a stick”, and the Renaissance Festival is back to jousting…it is signaling the end of summer, and beginning of a new school year – or in our case – a new FLSA year.
Ninth Circuit Decision in AT&T “Throttling” Case May Reset Boundaries Between FTC and FCC Jurisdiction
On Monday, August 29, 2016, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals issued an opinion that may dramatically alter the boundaries between the Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) and Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) authority over phone companies, broadband providers, and other common carriers.
Companies are experiencing difficulties in complying with their disclosure responsibilities under the SEC’s conflict mineral requirements.
Over the past year, cannabis in Oregon has been the subject of many national headlines.
A new study from sociologists at the University of Washington suggests that there is definitely a divorce season — two per year actually.
Every few months someone will write one of our China lawyers asking them to translate an already written contract for China.
The USPTO is seeking input on how it can leverage prior art information available on-line in related patent applications in order to “improve patent examination quality and efficiency” and reduce “applicant’s burden to provide this information to the USPTO.”
Modified programmer compliance certifications, complaint procedures, to take effect September 22, 2016.
In an opinion released today, the Ninth Circuit dismissed the Federal Trade Commission’s (“FTC”) lawsuit against AT&T for violating Section 5 of the FTC Act due to its throttling practices.