Mr. Gaston Glock’s creation of the ubiquitous Glock pistol turned him into a billionaire and he is thought to be one of the twenty wealthiest individuals in all of Austria. Mr. Glock’s ex-wife Ms. Helga Glock meanwhile, suspected he is concealing marital assets which could be connected to the couple’s 2011 Austrian divorce.
Supreme Court docket listing suggests decision on whether or not to take the Aereo case is imminent.
On December 30th, the Environmental Protection Agency took final action amending the “All Appropriate Inquiries Rule” to now reference ASTM International’s E1527-13 “Standard Practice for Environmental Site Assessments: Phase I Environmental Site Assessment Process.”
If there is one thing I look forward to about New Year’s, it’s making resolutions. I think much of life is about continuous improvement; every day is a chance to do something better than the day before.
And so a new year arrives, with new opportunities. For lawyers interested in new pro bono advocacy for 2014, how about assisting persons who have cancer or are coping with after treatment impacts?
In 2014, we’ll hear precious little about food safety from the federal government that will truly be new. For sure the White House has decisions to make on everything from poultry inspections to whom to nominate as the next Under Secretary for Food Safety.
A number of investigations and inquiries, including a call for a hearing in Congress on December 30, 2013, have been sparked by the announcement by Target Corp. that a massive security breach of approximately 40 million of its customers’ credit and debit card accounts used at brick-and-mortar Target stores occurred between November 27 and extending through at least December 15.
In China, It’s Use It or Lose It or else, Get to Be Well-known: Lessons to Draw from Burberry’s Battle to Defend Its Signature Tartan
A brand iconic for its tartan-lined raincoats faces stormy weather in China (at least in a metaphoric sense). Burberry — like other brands with a strong presence in the People’s Republic— confronts the challenge of protecting its trademark under Chinese law, and there are lessons to absorb from its experience.
With the New Year fast approaching, employers in New Jersey and New York should be aware of several new state employment laws that will take effect in 2014.
Google Street View Class Action Survives: Ninth Circuit Holds Wi-Fi is Not “Radio” Under Wiretap Act
In the latest development in the Google Street View case, the Ninth Circuit once again upheld the lower court’s decision that Google’s collection of unencrypted Wi-Fi does not fit within an exception to the Wiretap Act that allows the interception and use of “radio transmissions” that are “readily accessible to the public,” although it narrowed the reasoning of its earlier opinion.