On Thursday internet retailer-giant Amazon announced it would no longer be carrying Apple or Google streaming devices. Their reason may not surprise you.
After eight years of negotiations, the United States and 11 other nations concluded the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade agreement on Monday in Atlanta.
This will likely be our last introductory post in the “Where do they Stand” series for this election cycle.
In Varsity Brands Inc. v. Star Athletica LLC the court brings a new spin to on the bank shot to create in the United States a protectable zone of intellectual property rights for fashion designers.
The Independent Petroleum Association of America (IPAA) and several states, including Wyoming, Colorado, North Dakota, Utah, and the Ute Indian Tribe rejoiced when Wyoming federal judge Scott W. Skavdahl issued a preliminary injunction against the U.S. Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) new hydraulic fracturing regulations.
Considering the role of institutional investors in influencing corporate governance is critical to effective corporate decision making.
I remember speaking to groups of associates in two law firms a few years ago.
On 29 September, the District Court of Cologne became the third court in Germany to issue a decision in relation to the trilogy of actions launched by large publishers against adblocking software Adblock Plus.
Telehealth opportunities continue to grow at an exponential rate, aligning with the concurrent growth of retail and consumer-focused medicine.
Last week, the Ninth Circuit found a way around the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling in AT&T Mobility LLC v. Concepcion, 563 U.S. 333 (2011).
A decision released on 10/1/2015 from the Department of Labor’s administrative review board (the “Board”) highlighted employment law issues arising at the intersection of whistleblowing, retaliation, and reasonable accommodation involving telecommunication.