A recent decision of the U.S. Court of Federal Claims highlights the difficulty the owner of trade secrets faces in trying to market products while simultaneously preserving confidentiality.
Washington Sea Grant Releases Final Report to the Washington State Legislature On Geoduck Aquaculture Research
Last week, Washington Sea Grant (“WSG”), the research institution based at the University of Washington tasked with funding marine research and coordinating outreach and education related to sustainable use of marine resources, released its final report to the state legislature regarding research conducted on geoduck aquaculture and impacts to the environment.
Today we are sharing the third article of a six part series that Seyfarth Shaw LLP is publishing on Inside Counsel. The full article is available here and set out below.
According to recent post from Property Casualty 360°, The Six Trends of Cyber Risk in 2014, insurers need to know.
U.S. Senate Finance Committee Chairman Max Baucus recently released “discussion drafts” of several tax reform proposals.
In 2013 geolocation and biometrics were hot topics. Apple included a fingerprint reader on the new iPhone which was either really cool or an epic fail depending on your viewpoint, and Google and the NSA are tracking our every move.
Paul Walker, the star of the adrenaline-packed “Fast & Furious” movies, was tragically killed in a recent car accident that involved speeding.
It dumbfounds me how creative people can be in coming up with new ways to harass others. Take, for example, the recent case of Royal v. CCC&R Tres Arboles, LLC, which involved a complaint of sexual sniffing. Yes, sniffing. Like a dog.
Last month, the Supreme Court heard oral argument in UNITE HERE Local 355 v. Mulhall, a case claiming that a neutrality agreement violated § 302 of the Labor-Management Relations Act, 29 U.S.C. § 186, the anti-union bribery statute which makes it a crime for an employer to give “money or other thing of value” to a union. Yesterday, in a surprise move, the Court abruptly dismissed the closely watched case in a single line opinion stating that the appeal was “improvidently provided.”
Recently, two counties in the State of Hawai‘i passed laws that restrict the growth and cultivation of genetically modified crops (“GMO”).