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By Melody McAnally
The number of reported U.S. data breaches tracked through June 30, 2017 hit a half-year record high of 791.
By Melonie S. Wright
The FTC recently reviewed numerous Instagram posts by celebrities, athletes, and other social media influencers, and sent out more than 90 letters to those individuals to remind them to...
By Kevin Baltz
There are approximately 500 legal doctrines referenced in Black's Law Dictionary. And there are more where those came from.
By William R. O'Bryan, Jr.
The Tennessee Business Court, in For Senior Help, LLC v. Medex Patient Transport, LLC, Case No. 16-0553-BC, decided January 5, 2017, stayed litigation and compelled arbitration of the disputes...
By Paul Murphy
The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals recently took up the controversial issue of whether a liquidating trustee's lawsuit, alleging breach of fiduciary duty against a corporate debtor's officers...
By Carol Montgomery, Jim Letten
So the landscape—like dunes—shifts yet again…at least regarding what you can and can't carry onto international flights…well, some of them anyway.
By Adelee T. Seidel
If you find yourself in the middle of a trademark infringement dispute, you might want to consider the defense of fair use.
By Anna Morris
Congress may have intended some or all of these results, or Congress may not have considered them at all.
By David Johnson
Encouraged by health insurance companies, workplace wellness programs have become trendy. Wellness programs help prevent disease and encourage employees to adopt healthier lifestyles.
By A. David Fawal
While it is possible that with four decades of music, Joni Mitchell's lyrics have been referenced in a court opinion before, I'd venture a guess that Ms. Mitchell has never made an appearance in an ESI case.
By Robert Frey
We've used this headline before. We'll almost certainly use it again. The case this time, just handed down by the New York Court of Appeals, is Burlington Insurance Co. v. NYC Transit Authority.
By David Johnson
Recently, a Pennsylvania YMCA stopped showing cable news shows on the TVs in its gym because they were prompting political squabbles among its members.
By David Johnson
"Have a blessed day." "I'm praying for you." "Are you a believer?" "Would you be interested in attending church with me?" Comments and questions like those may be common in your workplace.
By Paul Murphy
Because the number of unsatisfied clients who find themselves in bankruptcy are filing malpractice lawsuits against their pre-bankruptcy counsel is on the rise so, too, is the number of attorneys...
By Gilbert Van Loon, Sarah Hoffmann
On June 9, 2017, Department of Labor final regulations and related guidance clarifying what it means to be an "investment advice" fiduciary to retirement plans and other specified savings vehicles ...
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