- May 25 2017
- May 25 2017
- May 23 2017
In an article published in the HR Daily Advisor, "Religious Accommodation in the Workplace: Guidance for Avoiding Legal Trouble," Randy Gepp details examples of religious practices and what accommodations, if any, employers are legally obligated to make. Visit the HR Daily Advisor website to read the full article.
- "Maintaining Individual Liability in AML and Cybersecurity at New York's Financial Institutions," Penn State Journal of Law & International AffairsApr 2017
In its April 2017 issue, the Penn State Journal of Law & International Affairs published Harry D Dixon III’s article, “Maintaining Individual Liability in AML and Cybersecurity at New York's Financial institutions.”
Cybersecurity in the financial sector is of paramount importance. Due to significant cyber intrusions affecting some of the world’s biggest banks, in September 2016 New York’s Department of Financial Services (“NYDFS” ...
- Mar 09 2017
In an article published on March 6, 2017, in the Georgia Restaurant Association's Legal Knowledge Center Blog, Michele L. Stumpe discusses the steps to limiting alcohol liability.
- Mar 03 2017
Michael H. Trotter is the author of What’s to Become of the Legal Profession?, in which he discusses the future of the practice of law in the United States.
- "Number of Exported Components Must be More Than One to Trigger Liability Under § 271(f)(1) of Patent Act," LinkedIn PulseFeb 28 2017
- Feb 09 2017
In an article published by CrowdFund Beat on February 5, 2017, Jonathan B. Wilson provides insight on real estate crowdfunding. "The impact of crowdfunding on real estate finance and deal-making has been one of the hottest topics of the past year," explains Mr. Wilson. "With the advent of crowdfunding, real estate developers and investors have multiple pathways to finance their projects and even to plot their exits. But in many ways the impact of ...
- "Dealing with Negative Feedback Online: A Restaurant's Guide to Taking Legal Action… Or Not," Georgia Restaurant Association’s Legal Knowledge CenterFeb 01 2017
In an article published by Georgia Restaurant Association’s Legal Knowledge Center on February 1, 2017, Joseph C. Sullivan provides insight on how restaurants should handle negative online reviews. "Undeniably, one of the most popular targets for these consumer-based online reviews is the restaurant industry," explains Mr. Sullivan. "While positive online reviews can many times increase business and revenue for restaurants, negative online ...
- Jan 2017
In an article published by FSR Magazine on January 30, 2017, Joseph C. Sullivan provides insight on how restaurants should handle negative online reviews. "While positive online reviews can many times increase business and revenue for restaurants, negative online reviews can have the very opposite effect," explains Mr. Sullivan. "Consequently, a restaurant may face a scenario where its bottom line is being adversely affected by online reviews ...