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President Trump’s initial executive order established broad grounds under which designated foreign nationals could be denied entry to the United States. This week, there have been a number of rollbacks.
Like it or not, ransomware is happening, and will continue to happen with increasing frequency. In fact, a recent survey indicates that 93 percent of phishing emails contain ransomware.
Does your trademark registration identify multiple goods or services in a single class?
Carlson Lynch has sued HCA Holdings in federal court, alleging that over 100 hospitals and health care facilities websites are not accessible to blind individuals and violate Title III of the ADA.
President Trump signed an executive order on Friday, January 27, 2017, which has caused great concern worldwide on new travel restrictions to the U.S.
Courts are starting to recognize that “texting has become the preferred means of communication.”
Proposed Amendments to Federal Rule of Evidence 902 Will Impact Collection of Electronically Stored Information
To establish that an item of evidence is authentic, a proponent must produce sufficient evidence “to support a finding that the item is what the proponent claims it is.”
Replacement components can be big business. However, the replacement component market may quickly become crowded with competitors attracted by lucrative profit margins.
Parties facing allegations of willful patent infringement can rebut the claim by proving that they relied in good faith upon the advice of counsel when undertaking the allegedly infringing activity but at a heavy cost.
On Jan. 18, 2017, the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral argument in Lee v. Tam to decide whether the Trademark Act’s prohibition on registering “disparaging” marks violates the First Amendment.