According to Chris Palmer at the Philadelphia Inquirer, after receiving a complaint by a neighbor, Philly L&I officials visited 2136 Market Street and deemed the structure safe to continue work.
Mother’s Day is long past, but you’d never know it — in employment law, this has been the Week of the Moms. Here’s a roundup – tell us what you think!
Recent developments in executive, legislative, and judicial branches present new challenges for patent trolls (or less pejoratively “non-practicing entities” or “assertion entities”).
Initial reports that Verizon provided phone data has expanded and now includes “Internet surveillance …including e-mail, chat services, videos, photos, stored data, file transfers, video conferencing and log-ins” as reported by the New York Times as part of PRISM under federal oversight by the National Security Agency (NSA) and the FBI.
As we discussed in a previous post, FDA took its first publicly announced enforcement action against a mobile app developer on May 22, issuing an “It Has Come to Our Attention Letter” to India-based app developer, Biosense Technologies.
There may be a lot less to the NSA “scandal” than meets the eye. In an article for Foreign Policy, I explain why I am quite confident that the program underlying the FISA court order is lawful…
UN Ambassador Susan Rice’s name has surfaced again after the furor over who would replace outgoing Secretary of State Hilary Clinton died down with the selection of John Kerry.
Performing appropriate environmental due diligence prior to acquisition of any industrial or commercial property is a necessity.
Just yesterday I received a call from a businessman looking to outsource a good part of his company’s assembly operation to another country.