The highly influential Article 29 Working Party, composed in part of representatives of the EU’s national data protection offices, has announced that the right to be forgotten applies to .com as well as country-specific search results.
The Office for Harmonization in the Internal Market (OHIM – the EU trade mark office) has announced the introduction of a new accelerated procedure for handling Community Trade Mark (CTM) applications.
Thanksgiving is a traditional time to focus on the good things for which we are grateful. FDA is near the top of my list. I hope it is on your list, too. On behalf of all of us, the Alliance says, “Thank you, FDA.”
Pundits have made it sound easy to set up and operate WordPress blogs. So much so that law firm technology professionals are now assuming known and unknown risks by running multiple blogs with tens or hundreds of lawyer authors being read by a sophisticated audience.
Judge Posner of the Seventh Circuit continues to be prolific in authoring class action-related opinions. I enjoy blogging about these decisions because they are entertaining to read and usually relatively short and to the point, making them easy to get through and summarize here.
On November 25, 2014, five U.S. Senators wrote to the FAA Administrator, asking a series of questions about FAA action relative to UAS.
If the Ferguson situation conveys a message, it’s that issues of race are rarely resolved in the heat of the moment.
Thanksgiving, quite possibly more than any other holiday, is a day devoted to time spent with loved ones. Families—both the immediate and extended—gather to share a meal and appreciation for what they have. But still, for some of those loved ones, Thanksgiving is still a workday.
The long-brewing behind-the-scenes tensions of privacy, big data, and mobile finally came to a head last week in the public relations disaster known as #Ubergate.