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  • Blog: Privacy and Information Security Law BlogFTC Issues Tips on VPN AppsPosted on February 23, 2018 by Hunton & Williams LLP
    On February 22, 2018, the Federal Trade Commission published a blog post that provides tips on how consumers can use Virtual Private Network apps to protect their information while in transit over public networks.… Continue Reading
  • Blog: Waller Law BlogDead again: Court strikes down Tennessee residency requirement for liquor store ownersPosted on February 22, 2018 by William T. Cheek III
  • Blog: MMM Tech Law & Business ReportSE Tech Podcast Ep. 51 – MassageBook with Mark VolkmannPosted on February 21, 2018 by MMMTechLaw
    We speak with Mark Volkmann from MassageBook, an all-in-one business management solution made specifically for massage therapists and bodywork professionals. MassageBook is headquartered in Mt. Pleasant, SC.
  • Blog: HB BrieflyMeet-and-Confer Rules Expand to Motions to Strike and for Judgment on the PleadingsPosted on February 9, 2018 by Candice Shih
    Two years ago, a new rule was put into place requiring any party planning to demur to a pleading to meet and confer with the party that filed the pleading.  (Code Civ. Proc. Section 430.41.) Hopefully, you have received some practice at this because now it is mandatory to meet and confer before moving to … Continue reading Meet-and-Confer Rules Expand to Motions to Strike and for Judgment on the Pleadings →
  • Blog: Labor & Employment Law BlogSilence Just Became More Expensive: Trump Tax Reform Requires Employers to Choose Between Tax Deduction and Confidentiality of #MeToo SettlementsPosted on February 9, 2018 by Elisa J. Lintemuth
    Much of the media’s coverage of the recent tax reform has focused on the benefits to corporate America. However, one provision of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 that has received little coverage is perceived to address concerns raised in the #MeToo movement regarding confidential settlements of sexual harassment claims. Specifically, the Act added a new section to the Internal Revenue Code, which prohibits deductions for amounts paid to settle sexual harassment and sexual abuse claims when the settlement is subject to a nondisclosure agreement. In effect, the Act requires an employer...
  • Blog: Biologics BlogU.S., European Biosimilar Approval Activity in 2017Posted on February 6, 2018 by
    2017 was a record-setting year for biosimilar approvals in the U.S. and Europe. In the U.S., five complex antibody products were approved, two of which are in new therapeutic areas for U.S. biosimilars. In Europe, 16 biosimilars were approved. The number of approved biosimilars in Europe has doubled in the past two years. These approvals [...]

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