It is the responsibility of a poaching employer to ensure that its new recruit is not breaching restraint obligations.
After losing $20.5 million to the casino in 14 months, Harry Kakavas learned the hard way that the house always wins.
On June 10, 2013, the Canadian Intellectual Property Office (CIPO)1 issued a guidance document for patent examiners (the "Notice") on examining claims to medical uses.
In a recent speech, Interim Commissioner of Competition John Pecman announced his vision of a "Bureau Without Borders".
An Ottawa businessman has been charged with rigging bids for real estate advisory services for the federal government. Mr. Louis Facchini, carrying on business as First Porter Consultancy, was charged with bid rigging under the Competition Act as well as fraud under the Criminal Code for allegedly submitting a false invoice with a value exceeding $5,000 to Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWGSC).
In a report just released by the Asia Pacific Foundation, a majority of those surveyed indicated that they believed that a conflict among Asian countries is likely in the next 10 years.
The European Lawyer Reference Series: Guide to the Distribution and Marketing of Drugs 2013 provides practical information on the sale, promotion, distribution and marketing of drugs in an easy-to-read "question and answer" format.
Employers should ensure their organisation adapts to new technology so as to avoid risks from an employment perspective.
New legislation provides for Anzac Day and Waitangi Day to be shifted to the following Monday if they fall on a weekend.
There are many reasons for businesses looking to develop or expand their markets and sales beyond UK shores.
FRS102 is the new accounting standard that will replace UK GAAP and become the accounting standard applicable in the UK and Ireland.
A discussion on the latest developments in caselaw relevant to your practice.
On March 2, 2013, the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) and the Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG) released the Draft Plan Bay Area (Plan), the California Bay Area's first integrated land use, housing and transportation plan prepared pursuant to SB 375.
In a unanimous decision in Association for Molecular
Pathology, et. al. v. Myriad Genetics, Inc. et. al., the U.S.
Supreme Court found "a naturally occurring DNA segment is a
product of nature and not patent eligible merely because it has
been isolated," but cDNA (a synthetic or man-made DNA
molecule) is patent eligible because it is not naturally
The Delaware Court of Chancery recently issued an important securities-law decision, holding that the Business Judgment Rule standard of review applies to going-private transactions with controlling stockholders under certain conditions.
The Internal Revenue Service and the Departments of Labor and Health & Human Services released final regulations regarding wellness programs integrated with employer-sponsored health plans.
Distributed denial-of-service attacks are not hypothetical possibilities.
Two recent OIG reports examine Medicare policies involving hospice services.
The Medicare Board of Trustees recently released its annual assessment of the financial condition of the Social Security and Medicare trust funds.
CMS has issued a memo outlining optional strategies states can use to make progress toward reducing the number of uninsured individuals and transition to new eligibility and enrollment systems and coverage of new Medicaid enrolees.