Before Contracting to Lease Commercial Space, Be Sure to Protect the Property Against Potential Liens
Under a new regulation on the notification of personal data breaches, providers of publicly available electronic communication services must provide notices to authorities of breaches within 24 hours.
The Honourable Justice D.M. Brown – who is known for writing decisions that often feature critiques of the justice system – is at it again.
I am frequently asked questions like these on Mentoring…
A Quick Look at the First Patent Trial and Appeal Board Decision in a Covered Business Method Patent Proceeding, SAP America, Inc. V. Versata Development Group, Inc.
On June 11, 2013, the USPTO Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) issued its first final decision in a covered business method patent (CBM) proceeding, in SAP America, Inc. v. Versata Development Group, Inc. (CBM2012-00001).
The Hollywood Reporter recently did a story, entitled, “China’s Looming Entertainment Problem: Not Enough Lawyers,” discussing, among other things, intellectual property in China.
Electronic wage payment can benefit employers and employees alike. For employers, it eliminates check fraud exposure and costs to employers associated with check processing, reconciliation, and replacing lost or stolen checks.
The plaintiffs, Moriba Ba, Donald Chipp, Sherrica Chipp, Shawn Hunt, Eugene Murano, and Yolanda Wiggins filed a class action complaint, alleging that HSBC USA Inc. received kickbacks from private mortgage insurers, in violation of the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act of 1974 (RESPA) and common law unjust enrichment by the defendants.
Like most holidays, the Fourth of July is inextricably linked with childhood memories, the smell of amazing food, time with family, and yes, even brands and trademarks.
The 4th of July, what does it mean to you? Spending time with the family? Finally getting to sleep in? Barbecue with friends? Well, I hope it means all of that and more.