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4 Types of IP Your Startup Must Protect

4 Types of IP Your Startup Must Protect

January 31, 2016

Intellectual Property (IP) is often an early stage venture’s most valuable asset. But who really “owns” the IP a startup uses?

In Flannery v. SEC, First Circuit Rebukes Commission, Signals Departure from Deferential Review

In Flannery v. SEC, First Circuit Rebukes Commission, Signals Departure from Deferential Review

February 1, 2016

Will 2016 will see continued challenges to the SEC’s authority?

FTC's Big Data Report Provides Road Map for Insurers Using Big Data

FTC's Big Data Report Provides Road Map for Insurers Using Big Data

January 26, 2016

The report recognizes big data use will continue to grow, and can have a positive impact on consumers.

SEC Provides Long-Awaited Guidance on Fund Distribution and Sub-Accounting Fees

SEC Provides Long-Awaited Guidance on Fund Distribution and Sub-Accounting Fees

January 24, 2016

Industry participants should carefully review the update.

Florida Appellate Court Finds Widow Could Independently Bring FCRA Discrimination Claim After Her Husband’s Death

Florida Appellate Court Finds Widow Could Independently Bring FCRA Discrimination Claim After Her Husband’s Death

January 21, 2016

The decision could alter the landscape of employment claims in Florida.

Congress Considers Changes to FCRA to Expand Consumer Credit Files and Limit Use of Credit Reports for Employment Decisions

Congress Considers Changes to FCRA to Expand Consumer Credit Files and Limit Use of Credit Reports for Employment Decisions

January 20, 2016

Two proposed bills in Congress would increase credit reporting from utility and telecom companies and prohibit the use of credit checks for employment purposes.

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