Ask anyone who follows innovation what topics are hot and it is likely most of them will say “crowdfunding.” By now, sites like Kickstarter and IndieGoGo have created thousands of loyal followers. In recent months even the real estate industry has entered the scene.
We have a time-out circle in my house, and from time to time, my preschool-age son visits the circle.
Some states produce a lot more rude drivers than others. That may not surprise you – think New York driver making an expressive hand gesture, for example. But what states have the most drivers with expressive hand gestures might just surprise you.
Earlier this month, I took one for our team. And I survived. I had the privilege of presenting to a number of employers and health care providers at the annual “Impairment Without Disability” conference, an event sponsored by Mayo Clinic which brings physicians and employers together to share their common knowledge, experiences and goals, and work together to improve and eliminate unnecessary disability.
The call for dramatic improvements in America’s infrastructure as a critical driver in the reestablishment of the nation’s manufacturing supremacy is building momentum.
Health inspectors get to see the worst of the worst when it comes to commercial kitchens. They see the little extras that are left behind the refrigerator, they notice the smells in the walk-in freezers, and they notice the slime inside of the ice bin.
It has been over three years since the Leahy-Smith America Invents Act was signed into law by President Obama, and just over eighteen months since the effective date of the first-inventor-to-file changes to 35 USC § 102.
We reported in the past on the right of publicity in the context of tweeting or posting in social media about celebrities without their permission.