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Supreme Court affirms time spent changing clothes is not compensable.
Medicare Providers and Suppliers Should Continue to Appeal Improper Denials, Despite Two Year Delay in Appeal Processing
The already long wait for a “day in court” is now even longer.
Square Peg Meet Round Hole – Do Design Defects Breach a Warranty Against Defects in Material or Workmanship?
Read and find out what the Eighth Circuit Court decided.
The Federal Circuit recently made an important clarification to the doctrine of patent exhaustion.
Corporate governance remains a key topic for corporations and their boards of directors.
Is it now possible to get a patent on the broad strokes of an invention while at the same time creating potentially never-ending trade secret protection on the cleverest aspects of the invention? No, but this may change.
On December 26, 2013, the president of Mexico published a decree granting tax incentives to the maquiladora industry. Read more for a summary of important aspects of the decree.
It has been just over three months since the China (Shanghai) Pilot Free Trade Zone (the Shanghai FTZ) was officially opened on September 29, 2013. This article will examine the most important developments.
These five best practices provide technology service providers, consultants and creatives with a framework for developing and maintaining good client relationships, limiting risks of nonpayment and successfully executing projects.
Recent guidance issued by the IRS and DOL may affect the design and structure of some of your benefits arrangements.