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Private Arbitration Provisions in Employment Agreements -- The Supreme Court Considers Who is (and isn't) Exempt from the Federal Arbitration Act

The Supreme Court recently heard arguments in a case that could add further definition to the nearly 100-year old federal law that sets bounds for.. Read More

A Note of Appreciation, Purpose and Resolve

At a time of great discord, one fact that meets with universal agreement:  2020 has been a year unlike any other.  From the ongoing ravages of the.. Read More

Faruki+ Partners in Business Recovery Collaborative

As business and institutions struggle to recover from the economic ravages dealt by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, and look for ways to build towards.. Read More

Cy Pres Settlements of Class Actions; SCOTUS Entertains a Witch's Cauldron of Rule 23 Quandaries on Halloween: Frank v. Gaos

All Hallow's Eve proved a fitting date for oral argument in the Supreme Court of the United States in Frank v. Gaos, (S. Ct. No. 17-961), a case.. Read More

New Ohio Data Protection Law Incentivizes Business Community to Institutionalize Cybersecurity

Little more than one month after California enacted the sweeping California Consumer Privacy Act, reinforcing and expanding individual citizen's .. Read More

Protecting Data Privacy for EU Residents: An Action Plan Towards GDPR Compliance

What You Need to Know About GDPR GDPR, the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation, seeks to protect the privacy rights of EU consumers. .. Read More

Four of the Most Important Letters in the Alphabet

EU Data Protection and Privacy Regulations to Take Effect May 25, 2018 Will Alter the Global Business Landscape -- Who's Ready?   In less than four.. Read More

Supreme Court to Tackle Important Patent Venue Question in Early 2017

This commentary on the Supreme Court's plan to consider patent venue issues in the 2017 Term previously ran as an FICLAW blog in December 2016, and.. Read More

Supreme Court to Tackle Important Patent Venue Question in Early 2017

For IP litigators, a question often arises about the proper venue for a patent dispute. Often that inquiry comes from a client calling to say, "why.. Read More
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