...according to the Atlanta Employment Lawyer blog. Complaints to a C-1 supervisor...
In-house attorneys had a lot to think about in 2013 on the labor and employment front, and plenty coming down the pike in 2014
There are laws worse than the Telephone Consumer Privacy Act. Yet, if you are a U.S. business, you will be hard pressed to identify one with more irrational remedies for worthy objectives
Insurance recovery may make the difference between a company's survival and bankruptcy. In-house counsel should consider involving outside expertise for high-risk and complicated claims
There is a new strategy for enhancing a U.S. Patent and Trademark Office Inter Partes Review petition and increasing the chances of a review being instituted: the use of recorded live technical tutor
...a “thing of value,” as a federal appeals court in Atlanta described them, or a bribe, as William Messenger of the National Right...
The FTC decided to regulate the "Internet of Things," and trouble followed
...unions. John Meyers, a labor and employment partner in the Atlanta office of Barnes & Thornburg, agrees with that. “This guy [Griffin...
The just-released report on a recent RAND Symposium, "Culture, Compliance and the C-Suite," examines one of the board's critical compliance tasks: supporting, monitoring and enforcing C-suite complia
Trademark dilution is the legal theory that can protect a famous mark's distinctiveness from blurring, or its reputation from tarnishing, if a third party subsequently uses a mark identical or substa
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
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