- Jun 16 2017
Harry Dixon analyzes the repercussions of the 98-2 U.S. Senate vote to solidify existing economic sanctions against Russia for its actions in the Ukraine, as well as imposing new ones for the alleged interference in the U.S. 2016 elections in this Law 360 article. To read the full article, please visit the Law 360 website.
- Jun 14 2017
Bryan Jacoutot analyzes what the May 30, 2017 Seventh Circuit Court preliminary injunction allowing a transgender boy to use the boys' restroom in school means for the Supreme Court in defining future "gender discrimination" in this June Law 360 article. To read the full article, please visit the Law 360 website.
- Jun 2017
In the June issue of the Georgia Bar Journal, Donald P. Boyle Jr. reviews John Lueder's "Daufuskie Island." Mr. Boyle was captivated by Georgia attorney, John Lueder's first fictional story about a family vacation that turned from battling the weather to battling history. To read the full review, please visit the Georgia Bar Journal's digital publication.
- May 25 2017
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- 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