In our June 4, 2014 article on cyber security and cyber governance[i] we noted that for many reasons, boards of directors and executives of U.S. companies needed to reexamine how they protect (and respond to the successful hacking of) their most critical intellectual property and customer information.
The Alabama Supreme Court recently decided that a brand name drug maker can be held liable for warnings on a generic medication even if it was produced by another company.
LawPro can breathe a sigh of relief – a recent decision suggest that clients are unlikely to succeed in certifying class actions against their former lawyers based on the terms of their retainer agreements.
The brain teaser game, What am I? can keep kids and adults occupied for hours…
ERISA benefit claims are frequently of only modest size individually, but can become overwhelming in a class context.