In many states, it is illegal for insurance companies to use your credit scores to determine how much you pay for auto insurance.
Like a slow-moving train wreck, we simply cannot look away from the debacle stirred up by the sexual harassment allegations lodged against San Diego Mayor Bob Filner recently.
In the past week, both the White House and Senate have taken some notable steps on cybersecurity.
“Rien ne pèse tant que un secret.” That’s what La Fontaine said. For Luddite Americans like me, it means, “Nothing weighs more than a secret.”
9th Circuit Plays Video Games in Likeness Infringement Cases: NCAA Vets Earn Right of Publicity Victory; NFL Vets Taste Agony of Lanham Act Defeat
“Because we know when we add up all those inches…that’s the difference between winning and losing” – Al Pacino, Any Given Sunday
In an Advice Memorandum written in 2012 and recently released pursuant to a FOIA request, the NLRB Associate General Counsel, Division of Advice, addressed the legality of a social media policy that prohibited employees from, among other things…
A former Marine is the subject of an SEC complaint for allegedly scamming fellow veterans through his hedge fund business. 26-year-old Clayton Cohn, a Chicago resident and one-time infantry machine gunner who served two tours in Iraq, is accused by the regulatory agency of perpetrating a $1.8 million fraud against 24 investors that included current and ex-military personnel as well as friends and family.
Does anyone remember when Iron Man 3 came out back at the beginning of May? Does anyone care that it’s the highest grossing movie of 2013? Probably not.