Sunday’s talk shows prompted a ridiculous line of thinking. I wonder what might happen if mom’s advice were to take hold.
What’s more disheartening than seeing your business destroyed by an unexpected catastrophe? – Being informed that your insurance company will not pay a dime.
Cruise lines do a great job keeping photographs and video of cruise ship fires away from the public.
It’s pretty apparent that nobody likes patent trolls except for the attorneys that represent them. I think the biggest problem with nonpracticing entities (NPE’s) is that they sue on cases that are really not infringement cases.
A caller to my office wanted to verify what a lawyer told him. The caller had been stung by a bee which caused him to fall and break his ankle.
The explosion of social media in China is putting pressure on companies doing business in China to increase engagement on Chinese social networks, and forge alliances online with local key opinion leaders, known as KOLs.
The Bermuda Sun newspaper reports that two crew members employed on a Bermuda flagged cruise ship are heading for criminal trial after being accused of raping a woman.
In settlements, we often request that the debtor enter into an agreed judgment, perhaps with a simultaneous forbearance agreement outlining a payment plan.
The movie industry, the music industry and five major internet service providers, with some input from the White House, quietly got together in 2011 and came up with a system that would allow the ISPs to notify individual customers they were engaged in illegal peer-to-peer file sharing in violation of copyright laws. With equally low key fanfare, the Copyright Alert System went into effect this week.