Confidentiality is a big concern and can drive decisions about exactly how much to document – brief descriptions are key.
Significant recent developments for the EPA rule defining waters of the U.S. (WOTUS) include adverse GAO findings & a defunding attempt. Most important for Florida, the WOTUS rule will decide what waters are considered federal wetlands and require a permit from the Army Corps of Engineers before being altered (as well as involving review under the Endangered Species Act).
Litigators often depend on demonstrative evidence and exhibits to help make a persuasive argument, and to help increase understanding and retention levels of juries. However, too little time and effort is spent on the creation of such evidence – especially when, to be effective, demonstrative evidence requires meticulous preparation.
Spidey sense needed on long-term patent licensing deals in light of the recent Supreme Court decision in Kimble v. Marvel Entertainment.
In short, the Oct. 6 ruling will affect any company transferring personal data across the Atlantic, which could include payroll, HR and/or customer information.
The Oct. 9 ruling raises real questions about whether the rule will ultimately survive the court’s scrutiny.
Promptness in reacting to a data breach and awareness of the relevant regulations is critical to helping a company avoid harsh fines, consumer backlash and further data loss.
Employers and human resource professionals should tread cautiously when it comes to racial discrimination claims in the workplace – regardless of an employee’s appearance or claims of ethnicity.
In this age of cyberattacks and data breaches, it’s not enough to protect access to sensitive company information. The smart, proactive move for any savvy owner or executive is to protect where his or her business lives online: a company’s domain name.
Savvy business people can gain leverage through litigation, while the unprepared can be overwhelmed and lose ground, even when they are in the right. Here are five key steps to capture, rather than lose, momentum when served with a lawsuit.