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By Shawna Ruetz, Brian R. DeMocker
On Wednesday, May 23, 2019, Colorado Governor Jared Polis signed into law Senate Bill 19 085, which imposes new, stringent obligations on Colorado employers as to hiring practices...
By Kayla D. Dreyer, Brian R. DeMocker
Colorado Supreme Court recently issued an important ruling to address whether litigants may pursue a civil theft claim (including theft or unauthorized use of trade secrets) where such acts also constitute a breach of contract.
By Kayla D. Dreyer, Brian R. DeMocker
The Colorado Supreme Court recently resolved a philosophical split within the lower courts as to whether claimants are barred from pursuing both civil theft and breach of contract claims in the same litigation, and answered in the negative.
By Clint Corrie, Michael Gonzales
The SEC's interpretations under the Advisers Act will become effective upon publication in the Federal Register.
By Shawna Ruetz, Kayla D. Dreyer, Brian R. DeMocker
The number of states passing similar laws has grown to 14, and that number will likely continue to rise.
By Simone McCormick
On April 23, 2019, a privacy notification by the FBI stated that U.S. businesses are reporting a significantly increased amount of data loss as a result of insider threat actors.
By Bryan Thompson, Candice Y. Farha, Alyssa Watzman
On May 10, 2019, New Jersey enacted Senate Bill 52 (SB 52). This bill, which will take effect on September 1, 2019, will require disclosure of data breaches that impact usernames, email addresses, ...
By Jennifer Yang
Part II: What Constitutes a "Plan Asset" and How Do Employers Allocate and Distribute a Premium Rebate When the Employees' Contribution to the Group Health Plan is Treated as a Plan Asset?
By Craig W. Mueller
Again, the ‘880 patent is generally directed to a rotatable step employed at the rear of a watercraft.
By Maxwell Petersen
Intellectual property (IP) litigation typically requires review and production of large volumes of documents and electronically stored information (ESI).
By David E. Artman, Simone McCormick, Bryan Thompson, Dylan C. Whitelock-Wolff
On June 28, 2018, the state of California enacted and then-Governor Jerry Brown signed the California Consumer Protection Act (CCPA) into law.
By Shawna Ruetz, Brian R. DeMocker
On May 16, 2019, Governor Jared Polis signed into law bipartisan House Bill 19-1267, which creates criminal liability for employers that intentionally refuse to pay, or that underpay, their employees.
By Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith LLP
A summary of major trial victories from around the firm. Lewis Brisbois has the deepest bench of renowned trial attorneys in the country.
By Bradley A. Singer
(May 30, 2019) - Cash flow is the life blood of every business. Companies rely on receiving timely payments from B2B customers to keep a positive cash flow and to smoothly and profitably operate
By John A. Rine, Jennifer Manso
In the state of Florida, defendants often fall victim to inflated verdicts. Laws currently allow a plaintiff to present evidence of medical expenses that do not accurately reflect a plaintiff's actual economic damages.
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