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By Eric Levy
Given the alarming regularity with which data breaches are occurring in the United States and the flagging efforts of the federal government to provide any consistency in this area, it should come as no surprise that individual states are looking to fill the gap when it comes to regulating cybersecurity.
By Andres Alvarez, Arcie I. Jordan, Elsa Manzanares, Michelle Schulz, Marcos Carrasco-Menchaca, Alejandro N. Gómez-Strozzi
Presidential Authority to Unilaterally Increase Tariffs on Mexican Imports
By Andres Alvarez, Arcie I. Jordan, Elsa Manzanares, Marcos Carrasco-Menchaca, Michelle Schulz, Alejandro N. Gómez-Strozzi
Potential reactions to trade measures that may be undertaken by U.S. president-elect.
By Andres Alvarez, Arcie I. Jordan, Elsa Manzanares, Marcos Carrasco-Menchaca, Michelle Schulz, Alejandro N. Gómez-Strozzi
Trade between the U.S., Canada and Mexico will be significantly affected if President-elect Donald Trump carries out his campaign pledge to renegotiate or completely withdraw from NAFTA.
By Arcie I. Jordan, Elsa Manzanares, Michelle Schulz
A Border Tax: Can President Trump Go It Alone?
By Andres Alvarez, Marcos Carrasco-Menchaca, Arcie I. Jordan, Elsa Manzanares, Michelle Schulz, Alejandro N. Gómez-Strozzi
NAFTA countries are starting to show their cards. The U.S. wants a one-sided renegotiation – wherein it receives benefits that were denied to it during the original negotiation...
By Marc Hubbard, Thomas Wright
A culmination of many years of efforts to update the patent system in the United States, the Leahy-Smith America Invents Act was finally signed into law on September 16, 2011.
By Barbara Spudis De Marigny, Michael Donohue
IRS will require disclosure of uncertain positions on tax returns of businesses with more than $10 million in assets
By Irina Plumlee, Julie Wade
April 1, 2008 is the first day of permissible H-1B petitions filing for the upcoming fiscal year. New H-1B petitions filed on or after April 1, 2008 should be eligible to be approved for a U.S. employment start date of October 1, 2008.
By Peter Vogel
By some estimates, defending patent infringement claims in federal court can cost between $1M to $3.5M. By simply including arbitration provisions in patent licenses, parties can control and reduce the cost of resolving alleged infringements.