The 5th Court of Appeals in Dallas has debuted an online system allowing attorneys to access case documents not available to the public, making it the first appellate court in the state to do so, the court announced Monday.
Interest-Based Advertising Disclosure Requirements Become More Clear—and Potentially More Burdensome
Recent enforcement decisions within the digital advertising industry indicate a shift in—and a clarification of—the required disclosures for companies engaged in interest-based advertising (IBA).
The State of New Hampshire has taken a bold step in its dealings with FirstNet that could serve as a model.
Back in the saddle again. Welcome back!
The Radio Shack bankruptcy case raised a fundamental question regarding the sale of personally identifiable customer information: Can it be done?
As employers prepare the Affordable Care Act information reporting filings for the 2016 year that will be due in 2017 (notably the 1094/1095 B&C), the good faith standard of compliance, and the potential for inaccuracies, is no longer available.
Welcome to our first dispatch from the Clio Cloud Conference!
Clio’s Cloud Conference is underway, but we’ve got another interview—with tomorrow’s keynote speaker.
A recent court decision shows that the “honest belief” rule continues to be a potent defense for employers responding to employment discrimination claims.
In our last article in this series we argued that banks can create new markets for themselves in trade finance by providing digitised letters of credit or trade finance instruments for the movement of both digital and physical goods using blockchain.