When the annual Medicare Trustees report is released around cherry blossom time in DC, it will receive full Washington news honors: cabinet level press conferences, leaks to favored journalists congressional pre-briefings, followed by official hearings, and extensive commentary from think tanks to investment houses.
Rapper Dr. Dre and the company he co-founded, Beats Electronics, LLC, are on the offensive at the US Trademark Trial and Appeal Board challenging a multitude of third-party applications for marks which consist of or contain the word “Beat”.
At 47 pages, U.S. District Court Judge Hall’s decision last week in Costello v. Home Depot USA (download here) denying an employer’s motion for summary judgment in an overtime case, isn’t exactly a light read.
One of the big decisions prospective parents face is the all-important choice of a first name for their child. It’s the name almost everyone will use to address the child throughout his or her life.
Struggling franchisors who violate state franchise disclosure laws should not assume that the filing of bankruptcy by the franchisor will bring relief from the claims of wronged franchisees.
Computer forensic investigations are commonplace for matters dealing with allegations of trade secret theft. Forensic experts and IT security teams frequently use technological buzzwords and jargon to describe the steps and components of an investigation.
Long time early stage investor and entrepreneur, Brad Feld (@BFeld), writing in the Wall Street Journal on social media tactics being useless without strategy said this on blogs
Over the years I’ve written a lot about various presentations devices that can be utilized for presentations; the variety is endless and the applications are only limited by the imagination.