Working for the largest four-year university system in the world, Cal State's lawyers get straight A's for reducing caseload and expenses
Many Silicon Valley companies export their IP to subsidiaries to save on paying high corporate taxes. It's completely legal, but in a scramble for more revenue, regulators and lawmakers are looking t
Talk about a brain drain—many Silicon Valley companies export their IP to subsidiaries to save on paying high corporate taxes. It's completely legal, but in a scramble for more revenue,
...Markham followed in his father's footsteps and attended West Virginia University College of Law. After graduation, he was a clerk for Judge Robert King...
...Times Sunday Review, Lori Andrews, a law professor at Chicago-Kent College of Law, writes in an editorial, "...
...Times Sunday Review, Lori Andrews, a law professor at Chicago-Kent College of Law, writes in her editorial, ...
The Federal Trade Commission found most corporate privacy policies are "incomprehensible," and "consumers typically do not read, let alone understand" these disclosures. Paul Bond and Chris Cwalina,
Most businesses collect and use personal information every day, and make privacy promises while doing so. Unfortunately, the FTC has found that most corporate privacy policies are "incomprehensible,"
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