Lawyers are searching for that edge, that thing that will differentiate them and attract more clients. In a world with lots of lawyers, having that edge can make the difference between being the rainmaker and just getting wet.
Wednesday brought a new Supreme Court decision that sided with a pregnant employee, and allows her to have her day in court. In some ways though, it’s surprising that she’d even still need the lawsuit.
In the current environment, most organizations are aware of the potential threats to their firms from a breach of their data systems and networks. Among the ways companies can protect themselves from these types of threats is through improved employee awareness and training.
Oregon made big news when it announced it would be automatically registering voters using information collected at the Department of Motor Vehicles. In an age when voter ID laws are highly controversial and the right to vote is widely discussed, many people wondered why that wasn’t the norm? So simple, so seamless—why not everywhere?
The U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) has announced a $7,658,300 settlement with PayPal, Inc. (PayPal) to resolve potential civil liability for 486 alleged violations of the Iranian, Sudanese, Cuban, Global Terrorism, and Weapons of Mass Destruction Proliferators (WMDP) sanctions programs.
We are entering a brave new world of food design and regulation brought to us through the mechanical development and visual artistry of 3D printing. As with any new medium, understanding what we confront and its regulation lag behind the medium’s implementation.
The Future of Our Transportation Infrastructure and the Impact On Real Estate and Economic Development
The arrival of Spring brings to an end one of the most difficult winters in history here in Boston, where we managed to surpass the highest recorded snowfall in history for the 2014-2015 season.
The Federal Communications Commission’s (“FCC”) net neutrality proceeding culminated this month with the release of an Order reclassifying broadband Internet access service as a common carrier Telecommunications Service subject to regulation under Title II of the Communications Act.
New York’s Freedom of Information Law Requires Sheriff to Disclose Information About Stingray Surveillance Device
A New York State judge found that Stingray-related documents held by the Erie County Sheriff’s Office must be disclosed under New York’s open records laws.
The success rate of M&A deals has somewhat improved in the new millennium, increasing from an average of 35% to 55%. That still leaves almost half of all deals floundering, begging the question, “What are they doing wrong?”