Imagine this scenario: A famous celebrity visits your store. The visit is completely unsolicited. In fact, the visit is simply for the celebrity to shop.
Flash Boys Litigation: High Frequency Traders, Brokers and Securities Exchanges Hit with Securities Suit
IoT means “potentially billions of devices will report data about themselves, making it possible to create new applications in areas as diverse as factory optimization, car maintenance, or simply keeping track of your stuff online” as reported in MIT Technology Review.
I recently wrote about the Kensington Publishing case in which the two children of the deceased business founder’s first marriage took control of a successful publishing house — to the consternation of the founder’s surviving second wife who inherited a majority of the company’s voting shares — by means of a voting agreement signed by the father without his wife’s knowledge several years before he died.
Late last week, President Obama announced that more than 8 million had people signed up for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act.
Monday Morning Regulatory Review: EPA Electricity Generating Units; Beer, Grain & Cattle; Tax Exempt Organizations & Politics; Waters of the United States
Regulatory practice was illustrated by several specific actions in the past week, some of which have subtle implications.
On March 25, 2014, the Supreme Court clarified the standing requirements for false advertising claims brought under the Lanham Act.
The FCPA Blog recently did a post, China dominates the corporate investigations list, in which it listed out the number of ongoing FCPA (Foreign Corrupt Practices Act) investigations by country.
In honor of April 20th, we’ve decided to hop on our soap boxes and talk about legalization.