With the onslaught of litigation resulting from Target’s data privacy breaches, including recently filed class actions within the Sixth Circuit in Ohio, Kentucky, and Tennessee federal district courts, there is an increased focus on the appropriateness of class certification in such cases.
Seismic surveys and other methods of geophysical exploration are integral to today’s E&P industry.
Outsourcing telemarketing to a third party may raise your risk profile. That appears to be the lesson from a recent discovery ruling in Mey v. Monitronics International, Inc., et al, highlighting the burgeoning legal exposure for companies that outsource telemarketing services.
News that a coffee shop had opened in Los Angeles entitled “Dumb Starbucks” has again raised the proper interpretation of fair use under U.S. intellectual property law into the realm of popular culture and commerce.
Seattle Police Officer Claims Hostile Working Environment After Refusing to Hand Out Doritos at Marijuana Festival
Since 1991, Seattle marijuana aficionados have held an annual celebration known as Hempfest. The August 2013 event was unlike any of the previous ones, since Washington had only recently legalized recreational marijuana.
Remember that scene from Minority Report? The one where John Anderton (Tom Cruise) takes a trip to GAP, virtual billboards call out his name and bombard him with offers as he walks through the mall, retinal scanners flash left and right, an AI hologram offers up his own personal greeting – “Welcome Back to the Gap! How’d those assorted tank tops work out for you?”
The U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is moving towards technology that allows cars to “talk” to each other, but there are still questions of when and how this can actually work.
In his Voices from the Field interview, Bill Walters, Partner at Heizer Paul and former president of the Colorado Bar Association, suggests that law schools need to expose students to…