Marc Andreessen famously titled a 2011 essay in The Wall Street Journal “Why Software is Eating The World.” Even lawyers, the guardians of “we won’t change,” have had to concede that software is here and not going away.
Guacamole and chips are the ultimate in Super Bowl Sunday comfort food nowadays. During the Panthers/Broncos game, the California Avocado Commission tweeted its own commentary, offering recipes that paired avocados with food and beverage products being featured in advertising campaigns.
With Valentine’s Day approaching, love is in the air, and employers need to be mindful of the risks associated with workplace romance.
Rumors of more potential layoffs have been circulating for quite some time at the once internet giant, Yahoo.
Whose Privilege is It Anyway? Protecting the Seller’s Pre-Transaction Attorney-Client Communications
Your client, Sally Wholesome, wants to sell her business, Wholesome Green Foods, which produces organic kale products, such as smoothies, chips and packaged salads, using proprietary recipes and packaging processes.
Today’s cars include up to 100 electronic control units as well as numerous sensor networks and assistance systems.
They say that “love is in the air” around Valentine’s Day, but companies should avoid breathing it in too deeply.
Leaving a review for a vacation rental, doctor’s office, restaurant and more has never been thought of as an offensive experience. And lawmakers are looking to keep it that way.
On Its 20th Anniversary, Looking Back at How the Telecommunications Act of 1996 Changed the Broadcast Regulatory Landscape
In Washington, D.C. this week, many in the communications world are commemorating the 20th anniversary of the passage of the Telecommunications Act of 1996.