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By Holiday Banta
Once issued, a U.S. Patent provides you with the assistance of the U.S. Patent Office, at no cost to you, to prevent issuance of patents to others for identical or obvious variant technology.
By George A. Gasper, Clayton Heil
Four United States Senators introduced bipartisan legislation this week that would improve the cybersecurity of Internet-connected devices purchased by the federal government.
By Stephen Reynolds, Deepali Doddi
After the "WannaCry" ransomware attack caused disruption in about 150 nations around the world, organizations need to be more cautious than ever of security vulnerabilities that can make them susceptible...
By Stephanie Courter
The U.S. Department of Justice announced yesterday the formation of a new Opioid Fraud and Abuse Detection Unit.
By Lindsay M. Miller
In 2016, the Federal Communications Commission ("FCC") unanimously voted to open high-band spectrum for 5th generation ("5G") wireless expansion.
By Nicholas Reuhs, Nicole R. Woods
Yesterday, websites for the Ohio Department of Administrative Services, Howard County (Maryland) and the town of Brookhaven (New York) were replaced with an ISIS message.
By Byron Myers
It is commonly understood that under the FMLA, an eligible employee of a covered employer is entitled to 12 workweeks of leave during a 12-month period for the birth of a child, the placement of a child for adoption or foster care, . . .
By Kevin O'Shea
It is well-known that a mark is generic when relevant consumers primarily use or understand the term to refer to the genus of goods or services in question.
By Kim Metzger
Covered entities and business associates will remember 2015 as "the year of the health care hack."
By Siddharth Bose, Eric McKeown
The Federal Trade Commission ("FTC") recently settled charges that a company's security practices unfairly exposed the payment card information of hundreds of thousands of companies' consumers...
By Tami Earnhart
In April 2014, President Obama issued Executive Order 13665 prohibiting retaliation by covered federal contractors against any employee or applicant...
By Jenifer Brown, Christl Glier
The Department of Homeland Security recently published proposed regulations designed to improve employment-based visa programs for high-skilled foreign national workers.
By Kevin O'Shea
The Federal Circuit recently aligned itself with other Circuits in holding that in the context of a service mark, "use in commerce" requires that the associated service actually be rendered, not just advertised.
By Jonathan Frantz
Onstage at TED2015, Joseph DeSimone, CEO of Carbon3D and professor at UNC-Chapel Hill, explains that what we think of as 3D printing is actually just 2D printing over and over...
By Mary Beth Braitman, Malaika Caldwell, Robert Gauss, Lisa Harrison, Tara Sciscoe, Christopher Sears
As many governmental employers know, Rev. Proc. 2007-44 sets forth the rules and procedures for individually designed qualified plans to apply for determination letters under staggered 5-year remedial amendment cycles.
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