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The Shared Economy

The Shared Economy

October 3, 2019

Before discussing how and whether the shared economy should be regulated, it is important to define the term. Simply, the shared economy is an economic model in which consumers grant each other access to their underutilized assets.

Getting Creative with Video Games: Whose Game Is It, Anyway?

Getting Creative with Video Games: Whose Game Is It, Anyway?

October 2, 2019

In this series, we will discuss some of the fundamental concepts of intellectual property law as they relate specifically to video game companies and other unique players in the space, including esports teams and content creators.

TSA Adds New Compliance Program to Address Violations of Its Security Requirements

TSA Adds New Compliance Program to Address Violations of Its Security Requirements

October 1, 2019

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) recently enacted the Action Plan Program to address security vulnerabilities and noncompliance with TSA security requirements. This client alert discusses the TSA Action Plan Program and its impact on airlines and other regulated entities.

Florida Court Peels Away Deceptive Label, Increasing Exposure in Class Actions

Florida Court Peels Away Deceptive Label, Increasing Exposure in Class Actions

September 23, 2019

A recent class certification opinion may increase the risk of exposure and liability in class actions for businesses that impose fees using specific labels. This client alert discusses the Florida appellate court’s decision and its impact on businesses.

Getting Creative with Video Games: DMCA Takedowns and You

Getting Creative with Video Games: DMCA Takedowns and You

September 18, 2019

In this series, we will discuss some of the fundamental concepts of intellectual property law as they relate specifically to video game companies and other unique players in the space, including esports teams and content creators.

California Employers Win Major Damage Limitation in Wage and Hour Suits

California Employers Win Major Damage Limitation in Wage and Hour Suits

September 13, 2019

California employers just won a major victory this week in a decision issued by the California Supreme Court regarding back pay claims under the Private Attorneys General Act. This client alert discusses the court’s decision and its impact on employers.

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