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In the high-stakes fight over federal legislation to legalize Internet poker, businesses looking to cash in on online gambling may need a fifth ace to move the bill through this Congress. But Rep. Joe Barton (R-Texas) could be the answer to their prayers.
As members of the House and Senate intelligence committees stand behind the embattled spies at the National Security Agency, the politicians are being supported by top intelligence service contractors who have donated some $3.7 million.
Teasing a coworker may not be solid enough for a sexual harassment claim, but employers could be liable for "negligent infliction of emotional distress," according to an Idaho Supreme Court decision.
Coming to an agreement over a discrimination charge shouldn't be hard. There are tools out there that can ease the pain.
Roku Inc., maker of a popular streaming software platform, announced that it would bring Hogan Lovells partner Stephen Kay aboard as general counsel.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has legalized online gambling in a state whose casinos are failing fast—but compliance issues may keep them down.
In a rare collaboration within the technology industry, eight major tech companies and their general counsel are trying to convince the U.S. government to restrict the amount of spying it does online.
Worldwide intellectual property patent filings grew at their fastest pace in almost two decades in 2012, with China outpacing all other countries both for number of filings and rate of growth, according to a United Nations agency report.
It's a cold and stressful time of the year, which means employees will be calling in sick. Is your company's sick leave policy in good health?
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