On Thursday internet retailer-giant Amazon announced it would no longer be carrying Apple or Google streaming devices. Their reason may not surprise you.
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.
A lot of new products use the buzzwords “wireless connectivity.” In old-fashioned English, they have radio transmitters. This means they must go through an FCC approval process before they can be sold to the public.
Litigation Funding Firm Announces German Securities Action On Behalf of Volkswagen’s German Shareholders
The recent revelation that Volkswagen had been using a sophisticated software “defeat device” to rig the emissions performance of some of its diesel-engine base vehicles devastated the price of the company’s shares, leading to the filing of a securities class action lawsuit in the U.S. on behalf of purchasers of the company’s ADRs, as well the initiation of efforts to launch procedures in the Netherlands on behalf of VW shareholders who purchased the company’s shares through a Dutch bank or broker.
Monday Morning Regulatory Review: Fracking Rule Enjoined, Rule Withdrawal Judicial Review & Environmental Push
Environmental versions of administrative law issues dominate this week’s review of regulatory practice. In different district courts, a hydraulic fracturing rule was preliminarily enjoined pending final resolution of litigation, while another district court rejected a challenge to a rule withdrawal.
Customer information has become an increasingly valuable business asset. And, the volume and detail of other available information about consumers has increased along with it, well beyond mere customer names and addresses to preferences, purchasing history, and online activity.
Our cannabis business lawyers are seeing a big uptick in both new clients interested in hemp and existing cannabis clients interested in hemp.
Yesterday evening I get into a discussion with some Internet experts regarding the merits of blogs versus labeling areas of a website a blog. The point being a blog is an independent publication preferably focused on a niche.
A new app expected to launch in November is generating a lot of mostly negative buzz following a recent story published in The Washington Post.
Stuart Kaplow took over a successful blog two years ago. Since then it’s only gotten bigger.