Amazon took over another Black Friday shopping weekend with its drone delivery announcements. But while its ads were more formalized than in years past, the online-shopping giant may not pass the FAA’s drone guidelines with flying colors.
The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals has agreed to rehear its panel’s decision regarding the release of mugshots under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA).
It seems there’s always a surprise for healthcare providers hidden in the now-routine, end-of-the-year budget deals to avert a government shutdown. This year, it’s Section 603 of the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015, signed into law by President Obama November 2.
Today, December 1, the long awaited amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure go into effect. The “package” of amendments include rule changes across a number of rules (specifically Rules 1, 4, 16, 26, 30, 31, 33, and 34) and focus on increasing cooperation, achieving proportionality in discovery, and encouraging early case management by judges.
Cross-device tracking is a hot new issue for regulators.
Twitter is abuzz with messages about today’s effective date for the changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure that read more like birth announcements (“It’s finally here!”).
In the dismissal of a class action by Yelp shareholders a federal judge ruled that “a reasonable investor would have known that some of the reviews on Yelp’s website were inauthentic.”
Behind every successful innovation strategy is a sophisticated intellectual property strategy. Intellectual property is the currency of innovation: it is a tradable that can be used to lend credibility to innovation programs, allow freedom to operate, provide access to third-party technology and ward off infringement actions.
Congress is moving quickly on multiple fronts in response to the August 2015 spill at the abandoned Gold King Mine in Colorado.
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