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By Joe Kellmeyer, Ryan Kemper
It's a sunny Friday afternoon and you're at your desk looking forward to your weekend plans when you get a call from security:
By Mark Sableman
By one account, Bill O'Reilly's news website includes long quotations from other news organizations, including the mainstream news organizations he often criticizes.
By Jason Schwent
Patent litigators will tell you that there are many ways to invalidate a patent. One of their favorites is a self-inflicted ground of invalidity known as the "on-sale bar."
By Donald Dorwart, Marjorie Krumholz, Eileen Brown, Matthew Kaiser
On May 10, 2017, the U.S. Customs and Border Protection Agency withdrew its notice of proposed modification and revocation of a series of letter rulings relating to its position on the application...
By Jeffrey Brown
In a case of first impression in Arizona, the Court of Appeals in Green Cross Medical Inc v Gally (April 18, 2017) held that a lease to operate a medical marijuana dispensary was not void from its inception, either under Arizona law or the federal Controlled Substances Act.
By Mark Sableman
Everything is terse on Twitter.
By Michael Nepple
Take a copyrighted photograph of Sonic Youth bass player Kim Gordon, crop it, and add an Instagram border and a few words of text and emojis.
By Michael Rosenblum
Under the Medical Cannabis Regulation and Safety Act, enacted Jan. 1, 2016, California authorized the delivery of medical marijuana by licensed dispensaries to qualified patients but allowed municipalities to ban such deliveries.
By Jason Schwent, Fredric Roth V
New York has once again positioned itself as a leader among states by recently implementing one of the most detailed and stringent data security regulations to date.
By Mark Sableman
A recent Massachusetts case highlights the tension inherent in geo-location targeted ads as well as special concerns that crop up when advertisers target consumers using health care metrics.
By Jeffrey Brown
Just across the California-Arizona border, there's an appellate case worth paying attention to, because it could signal whether California courts will hold that a commercial lease to operate...
By Michael Nepple
You may think of it as "graffiti," but a court in New York must determine if "aerosol art" is "meritorious" and of "recognized stature" such that it gets special copyright protection.
By Daniel Engle
It is common in commercial leases for the tenant to pay a pro-rata share of the operating expenses of a building, in addition to base rent.
By Mark Sableman
It's an advertiser's dream — the ability to target customers through their mobile devices, right to down to where they are and what they are doing.
By Steven Gorin
Our last post discussed self-employment (SE) tax and taxpayers' efforts to avoid that tax when using an entity taxed as a partnership to conduct business.
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