A group of luxury brand makers including Gucci, Balenciaga, Yves St. Laurent, and other brands owned by Paris-based Kering SA, recently sued on-line retail giant Alibaba, claiming that the company had knowingly made it possible for counterfeiters to sell their wares throughout the world.
Last week, queen blogger Mari-Elise Taube wrote about Melissa Lay and her social media battle with Target over its sale of the #Merica tank top.
Clients repeatedly tell law firms that they are not satisfied. I am confident many law firm leaders don’t hear the word “not” in the sentence. If they did, their firm might do something about it.
The release of a controversial “middle finger” emoji character could spell legal trouble for users in the United Arab Emirates.
Tomorrow, Google will open its doors to 6,000 developers, pundits, and press for its annual I/O developer conference. It’s the same place where three years ago it launched its now infamous Google Glass—but don’t count on seeing any digital eyewear from Google this year.
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LXBN TV: Best Practices for Workplace Policies On Acceptance and Accommodation for Transgender Emplotees
Bruce Jenner’s recent announcement that he is making the transition to being female has brought discussion around transgender individuals to the forefront—and that includes discussion of treatment of such individuals in the workplace. Obviously, employers want to make all the necessary accommodations, but sometimes it’s not clear what those should be.
Drones (also known as unmanned aerial vehicles, or UAVs) of different shapes, sizes and specifications are definitely one of ‘the’ gadgets of the year and over the last few years have become increasingly available and affordable in the UAE.