With the close of the United States Supreme Court’s 2014-15 term, we offer this wrap up of the Court’s term, focusing on the Court’s most important business and commercial cases (excluding patent cases).
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) issued new data security guidance for businesses on June 30, 2015.
Here’s a thing I think I know about billionaires: They’ve made piles and piles of money doing something someone somewhere surely advised them not to do because it was a dumb idea.
In a decision that embraces the use of modern-day technology to assist the trier of fact, the Ninth Circuit recently ruled that neither a Google Earth satellite image nor a program-generated digital “tack” of GPS coordinates placed on the satellite image is hearsay for purposes of proving a defendant’s location at the time of arrest.
Earlier this month, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) took the next step to regulate greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from aircraft by determining that certain engine pollutants pose a danger to human health and the environment, and are contributing to climate change.
The expanding middle class has been one of the cornerstones of the “Africa rising” narrative. Discussion of that topic has been particularly lively over the past few weeks.
They took their time, but the Washington legislature finally passed its budget for this biennium.
Last week, Delaware Governor Jack Markell signed Senate Bill 75, which amends the Delaware General Corporation Law to prohibit Delaware stock corporations from adopting bylaws that force shareholders to pay legal fees if they do not prevail in lawsuits asserting internal corporate claims against Delaware corporations.