In the wake of seemingly interminable Congressional hearings about General Motors’ defective ignition switch fiasco, we’ve seen a lot of fist shaking and finger pointing.
As reported by HealthcareInfoSecurity.com, a former hospital employee is facing criminal charges brought by federal prosecutors in Texas for alleged violations of the privacy and security requirements under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).
Law firms regularly ask me who should edit their lawyer’s blogs. My answer is no one. A blog represents the unedited voice of a person.
The worst thing somebody can do in divorce court is to lie or be deceitful.
While median home prices are clearly beginning to find some traction, having risen 6.6% from the first quarter of 2013 to the first quarter of 2014 (and just 12% of the national 2006 peak), national wages and income have remained stagnant.
It’s a move that’s been widely praised—Tesla Motors doesn’t care about their profits, they just want to see electric car technology take off, and that’s why they’re opening up their patents. The thing is, they’re also opening themselves up to some major risks. After all, patents exist for a reason.
Sometimes you read a case, and you just have to laugh. Kaiser v. Gallup, Inc. was one of those cases for me.
The failure to protect valuable brand names can lead to loss of competitive advantage. Since most companies intangible assets are valued greater than their physical assets and inventory, the importance of trademark protection is becoming more apparent to corporate leaders.