The Medicare Trustees reported encouraging news for seniors: the program is projected to retain its solvency for two years longer than was predicted in 2012.
Between the National Retail Foundation coverage and the national news coverage of President Obama’s statements on patent trolls, every retailer is aware of a growing swell of support for patent reform targeted at stopping the patent troll problem.
With 99 hepatitis A illnesses already being investigated as part of the Costco and Townsend Farms frozen berry blend outbreak, indications from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are that more than 100 people will be sickened by contamination from this food, which was marketed as a healthy choice.
Maximizing the Value of Pre-America Invents Act Patent Applications Using First-to-File Regime – Part I
The first-to-file provisions of the Leahy-Smith America Invents Act (AIA) took effect on March 16, 2013. The predominant view among patent practitioners is that applicants should in general keep their pre-AIA patent application under the first-in-invent regime to avail the benefit of the Hilmer doctrine and the flexibility of being able to swearing behind the earliest filing date.
If you were not legally responsible for the food you sell, why would you give a %^&$ about food safety?
On June 11th, the U.S. Senate voted to move the “Border Security, Economic Opportunity, and Immigration Modernization Act” (S. 744), the comprehensive immigration reform bill drafted by the “Gang of Eight,” to the floor for debate, where it is expected to face dozens of amendments in the coming weeks.
Thanks to all who attended “Using an iPad for Business Development.” The recording is now available on YouTube (or above).
It’s been a long six years for victims of “Big Poppa” Lou Pearlman’s $317 million Ponzi scheme, and now they know what sort of recompense they’ll be receiving- just 4% of the funds they invested.
Dear Governor Perry: Please sign HB 950 regarding equal pay. Texas values stand for treating people equally and based on their merits regardless of gender.
Earlier today, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit affirmed a lower court decision invalidating the National Labor Relations Board’s August 2011 rule which would require most private employers to post notices in the workplace explaining employee rights under the National Labor Relations Act.