Unitary Patent Coming to Europe

With the introduction of the Unitary Patent and the Unified Patent Court (UPC), envisaged for 2016, Europe will have a single patent for 24 […]

Legal Issues Affecting Generic Drugs

Today more than 86 percent of U.S. prescriptions are being dispensed as generic medicines. They have saved consumers more than $1 trillion in the […]

Unprotected Smartphone Data Easily Collected

Attorneys, at the beginning of a case, need to be aware of the information that could be collected and produced from mobile devices, and […]

Jury Still Out On Predictive Coding

The future of predictive coding as the go-to technology for e-discovery depends on two factors: technical viability and legal sanction. With regard to the […]

How Judges look at E-Discovery

Twenty-two federal judges were queried on e-discovery trends and best practices. The results and associated comments are a snapshot of overall e-discovery competency and […]

Know Your State’s Unemployment Laws

Employers need to understand what unemployment benefits are available to former employees, what actions can disqualify a former employee from receiving benefits and how […]

Risks and Benefits of Outsourcing Employees

Many businesses have concluded that they should keep in-house only core functions that are critical to their differentiated competitive advantage, while outsourcing support activities […]

Six Steps To Reduce Cyber-Risk

We’re likely to see more, and more intense, cyber-attacks as the technology continues to evolve. The author provides six steps that in-house and outside […]

How to Interpret the FTC’s Vague Data Security Standards

The Federal Trade Commission Act, Section 5, makes unlawful any “unfair or deceptive acts or practices in or affecting commerce.” Relying on Section 5, […]

Protecting the Company Against Malicious Insiders

The breach at Sony Pictures Entertainment and the leak of client records at Morgan Stanley likely involved information attacks from a malicious insider. Malicious […]