- Aug 24 2021
In an article published in the Daily Report on August 24, 2021, Partner Amanda Hyland discusses how in an age of online defamation and disinformation, lawsuits are still the last resort.
- Aug 24 2021
In an article published on IPWatchdog.com on August 24, 2021, Partner Amanda Hyland discusses important considerations every business owner needs to be thinking about related to online defamation.
- Aug 23 2021
In an article published online in Risk Management Magazine on August 23, 2021, Partner Natalie Mark discusses contractual solutions to account for the rising costs of lumber.
- “Law and Order: Legal Issues in Forming and Running an IEC Practice,” Independent Educational Consultants Association's Insights JournalAug 12 2021
In an article published in print and online in the Independent Educational Consultants Association's Insights Journal on August 12, 2021, Partner Penny Linsenmayer discusses legal considerations for operating an independent educational consultant (IEC) practice.
- Aug 10 2021
In an article published online in Texas Lawyer on August 10, 2021, Partner Penny Linsenmayer discusses considerations and best practices for operating an independent educational consultant (IEC) practice.
- Jun 13 2021
In an article published on June 13, 2021, by IPWatchdog, Michael Cicero discusses the five year anniversary of the Supreme Court's decision in Halo Elecs., Inc. v. Pulse Elecs., Inc., addressing standards for recovery of enhanced damages for patent infringement pursuant to Section 284 of the Patent Act, under which a “court may increase the damages up to three times the amount found or assessed.” In Halo, the Supreme Court rejected damages-related requirements ...
- May 01 2021
In the May issue of The Tax Adviser, Jim Standard published an article discussing how taxpayers who are holding investments in foreign financial assets or with foreign financial institutions can come into compliance with their reporting obligations.
- Mar 01 2021
In a recent article for Restaurant Startup & Growth, Alisa Cleek discusses whether restaurant operators can legally mandate their employees to take the COVID-19 vaccine, and if they can, whether they should. She also addresses concerns about how to respond when an employee refuses to take a mandated vaccine or, alternatively, what to do when a group of employees refuses to work with an employee who has not taken the vaccine.
- Feb 28 2021
In an article that published in Today’s General Counsel online and in the February/March print issue, Michael Cicero discusses three intellectual property (IP) cases that are likely to alter the IP landscape this year, Google v. Oracle, U.S. v. Arthrex, Inc. and American Axle & Mfg., Inc. v. Neapco Holdings LLC.
- Jan 27 2021
In an article published in Bloomberg Tax on January 27, 2021, Michael Burwick discusses what effect the Biden-Harris administration and a Democratic-controlled Congress may have on capital gains taxes.