From The Experts
A trend in case law is drawing attention to the lack of uniformity around the country in how federal courts are dealing with the loss of discoverable evidence, also known as spoliation.
The U.S. government's Cybersecurity Framework has strengthened the corporate counsel's already important position as a key member of the management team.
Worksite enforcement and immigration-related employment fines remain at the forefront of Immigration and Customs Enforcement priorities for the upcoming fiscal year.
Not only are more employers requiring workers to sign restrictive covenant agreements, a number of jurisdictions in the United States have demonstrated greater receptivity to actions seeking to enforce noncompetes.
To own the patents claiming employee inventions, a company should have an employment agreement with language transferring ownership of inventions.
"DOMA is dead" is a slogan of sorts, incorrectly repeated by many. The Defense of Marriage Act is not dead. So where does this leave employers, plan administrators, and same-sex spouses?
If your company wants to own employee inventions, get it in writing.
When a company's contract with another entity has been breached, how should the company determine its lost profits, and what can it recover?
Every year, the U.S. Congress and state legislatures enact employment laws placing new obligations and restrictions on businesses; these enactments, in turn, create new ways for companies to find themselves confronting charges of wrongdoing.
There are many perks when you work in-house, but there's still one big negative: companies have very little room at the top.
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