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By Colin Zick
Great article in the Wall Street Journal this week (paywall), on the history of passwords and password management.
By Robert Sawyer
Advisers and other fiduciaries impacted by the U.S. Department of Labor's ("DOL") Fiduciary Rule should note that, according to a recent Notice of Administrative Act filed by the DOL in an ongoing litigation...
By Seth Jaffe
Because HFC-134a is a potent greenhouse gas.
By Sarah Altschuller
In reviewing your current operating locations, do you know the extent to which domestic law is protective of human rights?
By Julia Huston
I have often called my friend and colleague, Dave Kluft, the master of opposition research. When we have a trademark case together, he can be counted upon to think deeply about our adversaries...
By Aaron Lang
The AG's position in Lunn might seem anomalous.
By David Kluft
Over a decade ago, a lawyer snapped a photograph of the Indianapolis skyline, thus opening the gates to perhaps the most prolific flood of copyright litigation in the history of Indiana.
By Sarah Altschuller
It's Friday and time for another overview of developments in the field of business and human rights that we've been monitoring
By Daniel McFadden, Punam Singh Rogers
On July 12, 2017, the State Department promulgated new vetting standards for visa applicants, as required by President Trump's March 6, 2017 Executive Order entitled "Protecting the Nation from Foreign Terrorist Entry...
By Jesse Alderman
Governor Charlie Baker signed the legislative overhaul of last November's referendum legalizing the licensed sale and cultivation of adult use cannabis.
By David Kluft
If you are going to file a copyright infringement complaint based on a cookbook, beware.
By Jonathan Keselenko, Christopher Feudo, Erin Olesen
Yesterday, Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker signed the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act ("PWFA") into law.
By Seth Jaffe
Hard on the heels of decision upholding the Illinois "zero-emission credit" program to prop up nuclear plants in that state...
By Kelly Caiazzo
Initiative petition proponents filed with the Massachusetts Attorney General's Office earlier this week 28 proposed initiative petitions that...
By Daniel McFadden, Tad Heuer, Punam Singh Rogers
On July 24, 2017, in the case Lunn v. Commonwealth, the Massachusetts SJC ruled that state and local officials are not authorized to arrest immigrants based on civil immigration detainers issued by U.S. ICE.
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