The only certainty about Heartbleed is the uncertainty about how much data was actually exposed and what the fallout might be.
Things seem to be going from bad to worse for defunct law firm Dewey & LeBoeuf.
The U.S. Trade Representative (“USTR”) announced on Tuesday that China, in a follow-up to its December 3, 2013 request for World Trade Organization (“WTO”) consultations, has asked for a dispute settlement panel concerning certain U.S antidumping methodologies.
The NCAA Legislative Council has approved proposals for “student-athlete well-being rules.”
Federal Judge Orders Alleged “Patent Trolls” Back to Mountains (at Least, the Green Mountain State’s Courts)
The latest development in Vermont Attorney General (AG) Bill Sorrell’s landmark lawsuit against alleged patent troll MPHJ, which we have discussed before, counts as a win for the state, as a federal judge yesterday held that the case should be heard by a state court judge.
Delaware continues to expand its enforcement of agreements not to compete with one’s former employer.
Laura Udis, the CFPB’s program manager for the payday lending industry, spoke on April 10 in Los Angeles on a panel sponsored by the American Bar Association Consumer Financial Services Committee.
The IRS recently released a chief counsel memorandum AM2014-003 on LLC Member Guarantees of LLC Debt and “Qualified Nonrecourse Financing.”
Since the last time I published a list of labor & employment law lawyers to follow back in 2012, there are just a bunch of you out there now using Twitter. (And I presume you’re already following me @danielschwartz, right?)
During my time at Beloit College, I spent too much time playing frisbee golf, drinking Keystone Light, and getting mad at Ryan Schur and Chris Deszynski while playing FIFA 2005 even though I knew their only purpose in playing the game was to trash talk me until I snapped.