There are many ways lawyers communicate with clients. Whether subtly or otherwise, they do so through their actions, as well as inactions. And either way, these “communications” (or lack thereof), all have a direct impact on the firm’s marketing success.
Soon after it launched its down-market SATURDAY brand, Kate Spade LLC, the American women’s retail apparel darling, filed suit in the Southern District of New York seeking a declaratory judgment that its new brand did not infringe Saturdays Surf LLC, a popular men’s retail apparel brand.
In case you missed yesterday’s post, I’m offering you my 10 wishes for you in 2014 (and for myself, for that matter – I’m not off the hook!). Today’s two wishes are about relationships, both on social media, and off.
As I was recently updating an operation and maintenance plan to include radon, I was reminded that radon screening and mitigation isn’t actually required by federal or Massachusetts law.
France’s December 18, 2013 law on military spending contains two provisions that facilitate the collection of data by the French military and intelligence services.
The world of directors and officers liability has long been characterized by rapid change. But even given these well-established dynamics, 2013 was a particularly eventful year, with several different developments that could impact the D&O arena for years to come. The list of the Top Ten D&O Stories of 2013 is set out below with an eye toward these future possibilities.
Foodborne illness outbreaks result when two or more persons develop similar symptoms of illness (gastroenteritis) after eating a common food, or become ill after consuming food from a common source.
Six months after Edward Snowden began leaking information about the National Security Agency’s secret data collection methods, two federal judges – one in Washington, D.C. and one in New York – have reached opposite conclusions about whether one NSA program unlawfully searches the phone records of millions of Americans.
Ellis Island, which opened as an immigration processing post on January 1st 122 years ago, symbolizes for many Americans of immigrant descent the place where would-be entrants to the U.S. learned whether they would be admitted to the country.