- Blog: Privacy and Information Security Law BlogFTC Brings First Case Against Developers of “Stalking” AppsPosted on October 23, 2019 by Hunton Andrews Kurth LLPOn October 22, 2019, the FTC announced that, for the first time, it has brought a case against a developer of “Stalking” Apps. Continue Reading
- Blog: Waller Law BlogOffice of Inspector General releases first report to explore participation within the PSO program Posted on October 22, 2019 by Molly A. Huffman
- Blog: MMM Tech Law & Business ReportSE Tech Podcast Ep. 73 – Usit with Ifrah KhanPosted on October 22, 2019 by MMMTechLawWe speak with Ifrah Khan, Founder of Usit, a mobile application created to provide an on-demand babysitting service that connects households to college students in the area at the tap of a button, helping households find the perfect babysitter within minutes.
- Blog: Haynes and Boone BlogsCalifornia Requires Employee Notice Regarding Flexible Spending AccountsPosted on October 18, 2019 by Haynes and Boone Benefits GroupA new California state law requires an employer to notify its employees who participate in a flexible spending account (including health, dependent care, or adoption assistance flexible spending accounts) of any deadline to withdraw their funds before the end of the plan year. The employer must provide such notice in at least two of the […] The post California Requires Employee Notice Regarding Flexible Spending Accounts appeared first on Haynes and Boone Blogs.
- Blog: BuildSmartNo. 5 of the Top 10 Horrible, Terrible, No Good Mistakes Lawyers Make in MediationsPosted on October 10, 2019 by David K. TaylorThis post is a continuation of the 10 most horrible, terrible, no good, “bang your head against the door” mistakes that I have seen lawyers make before, during and after mediations in which I was the mediator. As stated in previous posts, it takes more than throwing together a mediation statement at the last second...Continue Reading
- Blog: Biologics BlogPTAB Denies Sigma-Aldrich’s Petition for Patent Interference on CRISPR-Cas9Posted on October 1, 2019 by On September 23, 2019, the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (“PTAB”) issued a decision dismissing Sigma-Aldrich’s interference petition related to the revolutionary CRISPR-Cas9 biotechnology. The claims at issue in Sigma-Aldrich’s petition were directed to methods of genetically modifying a eukaryotic cell using a CRISPR-Cas9 system. The petition was unusual because it sought an interference although none of [...]