Five quick takes this week (and I do mean quick) because my family reunion is this weekend.
On April 28, the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress, China’s top legislature, issued draft amendments to the 1993 Law of Consumer Rights and Interests highlighting China’s new initiative to address longstanding issues related to e-commerce fraud and illegal disclosures of consumer information.
Employees Getting Fired for Photos On Social Media is Old News As Facebook Introduces Video On Instagram. #InstagramVideo
Recently we told you about Vine, a mobile video application owned by Twitter that allows users to capture and share short looping six-second videos on Twitter.
The CFPB’s data collection efforts are drawing fire from the U. S. Chamber of Commerce. Those efforts became a focus of attention as a result of an April 2013 report by Carter Dougherty of Bloomberg which revealed that the CFPB had been demanding voluminous amounts of information from banks related to credit cards and other financial products and services
I frequently hear young lawyers say that “work-life balance” is very important. Almost every lawyer who is seeking work-life balance wants to spend more time with his or her family.
In March 2012 Google changed its Privacy Policies much to the dissatisfaction of many countries in the EU, but in spite of the complaints Google has not changed its Privacy Policies.
An insured’s guilty plea to criminal charges relieved his professional liability insurer of its duty under the policy to defend him against related civil claims, according to a June 18, 2013 Order by Southern District of Florida Judge Daniel Hurley.
The one remaining bill before the California Legislature this session that would regulate hydraulic fracturing was amended in the Assembly this week.
To be successful at Business Development, much like developing any personal relationship, takes work. There really isn’t a lot of magic to it and it doesn’t have to be terribly complicated.
My students’ questions sometimes haunt me for days. My most recent ghost of Christmas Future is the question whether it’s ever an option to let an organization fail.