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By Ralph Colasuonno
Most companies extend unsecured credit to their customers as a routine and often daily part of their business—a supplier ships parts to its customer along with an invoice and, at some point thereafter...
By John Muhs
Last week, the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) released new policy guidelines for autonomous and connected vehicles.
By Vito Ciaravino
Earlier this year, Ford Motor Company successfully defeated a patent owned by non-practicing entity Paice, LLC. The patent, directed to hybrid vehicles, was canceled following an "inter partes review"...
By Patrick M. Gunton
With the automotive sector continuing to hum along and economy growing at brisk pace, auto suppliers are always looking for business growth (or maintenance) opportunities.
By Laura N. You
The facts, as alleged by Waymo, are fairly juicy and they implicate a plethora of legal issues beyond just trade secret misappropriation.
By Gregory D. DeGrazia
Over the last several months, the United States Supreme Court has issued a number of opinions that have broad implications to the automotive industry, particularly on the eve of commercial launches...
By Thomas J. Manganello
Owners, operators, pedestrians and even suppliers, beware!
By Robert Chovanec
Last year the U.S. Department of Labor, Wage and Hour Division conducted an extensive survey seeking opinions on possible amendment of the regulations implementing the federal Family and Medical Leave Act.
By Craig Meurlin, Steven Palazzolo, Mark Spitzley, Andrew Thorson
The Employment Contract Law that became effective on January 1, 2008, has some employers scrambling to enter new employment contracts by January 31.
By Robert Dubault
On December 16 the National Labor Relations Board issued its long-awaited decision in Guard Publishing Co., addressing the balance between employee rights to solicit support for unions and an employer's right to control its e-mail system.