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Increased demand by both government agencies and consumers for better cybersecurity standards will force companies in 2014 to take more decisive actions to protect against the legal, financial and public image risks, according to Kroll's third annual Cyber Security Forecast.
Is it time to allow the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office to fully reject patent applications?
While it can be tempting to draft extremely broad noncompetition agreements in an effort to protect the company, in-house counsel must take a nuanced approach in this area of the law.
A Miami federal judge ruled in favor of Rovio Entertainment Ltd., the developer of the Angry Birds game, in ordering golf club manufacturer to stop using a similar logo.
With a vote on anti–patent troll legislation expected to take place in Congress this week, both supporters and opponents of the bill have been pulling out all the stops as the finish line approaches.
Tesla Motors Inc. in-house counsel James Chen is trying to convince Ohio lawmakers to kill a resolution that seeks to bar his company from selling its all-electric cars directly to consumers.
A decision handed down by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit in New Orleans upheld the use of class or collective action waivers in arbitration agreements.
If legal departments at private companies think the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act can't apply to their affairs, they may want to get a second opinion.
Government regulations and health care and labor costs are the top financial concerns of chief executive officers of major companies, according to a Business Roundtable survey.
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