There is no point to spending money on advertising if those experiencing it don’t understand who’s communicating about what brand, right?
PWC has published the latest installment in its excellent yearly patent litigation survey. This year’s survey looks at data for every year from 1995 through 2012.
OSHA during the first term of the Obama Administration featured a heavy focus on enforcement, at the expense of compliance assistance, and despite a lot of talk, also at the expense of any meaningful new rulemaking activities.
U.S. Supreme Court Ruling in Windsor Striking Down DOMA Will Expand Workplace Protections for Employees in Legally Recognized Same-Sex Marriages
The U.S. Supreme Court issued a critical decision on June 26, 2013, striking down a provision of the Defense of Marriage Act (“DOMA”) that limited the definition of marriage for federal purposes to unions of opposite-sex couples.
As has been widely publicized, on June 26, 2013, the U.S. Supreme Court in United States v. Windsor (PDF) struck down Section 3 of the federal Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) under the Fifth Amendment and thus required federal recognition of same-sex marriage recognized under state law.
Negotiators have been locked in talks in Geneva discussing giving the poorest countries in the world an additional eight years in which to adhere to international intellectual property laws as set out by the WTO.
The National Institutes of Health has recently released a study showing that patients with depression show a distinct pattern of memory and attention deficiency.
With summer nights and the smell of BBQs in the air, the month of June has tuned to July. With this new month, comes one of America’s favorite passtimes – the 4th of July holiday. While people celebrate Independence Day in a variety of ways with family and friends, dazzling firework shows have become a staple of all celebrations.
That’s a Spicy Meatball! What Does the Supreme Court’s Decision in Italian Colors Mean for the NLRB’s D.R. Horton Decision?
As our readers will no doubt recall, the Supreme Court boldly struck a blow for truth, justice and the American Way a few years ago in its approval of class action waivers in AT&T Mobility v. Concepcion, 131 S. Ct. 1740 (2011).
Employers must take heed and review their employee benefit packages in light of the Supreme Court’s opinion, United States v. Windsor, finding that the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) is unconstitutional.