Apparently Elvis Presley was a well-known Beretta gun owner during his life, so I suppose his lips might have uttered the words “Beretta, thank you very much.”
With car crashes being the leading cause of unintentional deaths in the United States, it is imperative to show how distracted driving shatters lives so everyone can fully understand the risks faced while on the road.
Appropriately managing employee social media use can be a sticky subject for employers. They have to balance between taking the necessary steps to protect themselves and making sure they’re not infringing any of their employees’ rights.
A deluge of patent applications were filed at the United Stated Patent and Trademark Office on the day before central provisions of the new America Invents Act (AIA) went into effect on March 16, 2013.
In previous posts about possible unionization by Northwestern University’s scholarship football players, I likened the National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”) to referees who had committed a false start penalty and showed how the union’s game wasn’t just against Northwestern.
I’m always on the lookout for online news and other postings related to the field of personal injury law, in Idaho and elsewhere.
Acquisitions Don’t Nullify Prior Privacy Promises–FTC’s Letter to Facebook & WhatsApp Gives Caution to All to Honor Privacy Protections in Mergers
The Senate Judiciary Committee was scheduled to mark-up and vote on the Patent Transparency and Improvements Act of 2013 last Thursday but again postponed the vote until after the Senate recess.
When Stephanie Strom of the New York Times wrote “When ‘Liking” a Brand Online Voids the Right to Sue,” it caught my attention.
Driverless cars, undoubtedly, will be the greatest advancement in automobile safety ever—and it’s not even going to be close. The amount of lives this technology will save is unfathomable. But sometimes, new technology doesn’t always work perfectly. So if there’s an accident involving a driverless car, who’s liable?