You’ve got to provide excellent client service. Surprisingly some attorneys do not. A firm can succeed at distinguishing itself for client service only if it provides a “Ritz Carlton” level of service systemically – and better than its competitors. Y
Today’s blog post will focus on yet another online television streaming case. In a recent decision by the Federal District Court in Massachusetts, a company owning a local broadcast network found itself unable to get a preliminary injunction to stop a new startup from converting its signals into a digital, streaming format.
With all of the litigation surrounding the McNeely decision, you would almost be tempted to think that the fallout from the McNeely decision provides the only real defense to a DWI case.
In an effort to bring some “transparency” to the murky practice of data collection on the Internet, California has expanded its Online Privacy Protection law (CalOPPA) to include two new disclosure requirements.
Much has been written following the Supreme Court’s decisions in AT&T Mobility LLC v. Concepcion, 563 U.S. ____, 131 S. Ct. 1740 (2011); Oxford Health Plans, LLC v. Sutter, 569 U.S. ____, 133 S. Ct. 2064 (2013); and American Express Co. v. Italian Colors Restaurant, 570 U. S. ____, 133 S. Ct. 2304 (2013).
We all know that stereotyping can be unfair and sometimes just dumb. But expecting people to be manly men and girly girls can actually get you into legal trouble.
First, an important credit: The Philadelphia Inquirer has devoted a half-dozen stories to the plight of Barbara Mancini. All the facts described in this post come from their reports.
I don’t run into many senior lawyers who understand. Do the senior lawyers in your firm realize it is way more challenging for a young lawyer to develop a book of business in 2013 than it was when the senior lawyers did it?
Medical and healthcare-related security and privacy concerns have been front page news in 2013, especially with recent launches of federal and state medical healthcare exchanges and changes stemming from the “HIPAA Omnibus Final Rule” enacted early this year that went into effect as of September 23rd.
In the second of this two part series, we dig a bit deeper on the FTC’s recently proposed study on patent assertion entity (PAE) activity. In Part 1, we covered some background on PAEs and why they are singled out separately from other types of patent holders.