Employment & Labor Blog
- Blog: Labor & Employment InsightsEEOC Has Lowest Level of Pending Charges in 13 YearsPosted on December 5, 2019 by John P. Rodgers and Anne R. YuengertThe sometimes agonizingly slow Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is trying to be more efficient. According to the latest Agency Financial Report, in fiscal year 2019 the EEOC reduced the level of pending private sector charges to its lowest number in 13 years. Specifically, the number of pending private sector charges in fiscal year 2019 decreased...Continue Reading…
- Blog: Hunton Immigration and Nationality LawThe Business Traveler’s ChecklistPosted on November 26, 2019 by Lieselot K. WhitbeckWhen traveling abroad for business, there are many things to remember – meeting schedules, presentation materials, business cards, dress clothes, etc. While immigration requirements can get lost in the shuffle, immigration documents should be on any business traveler’s pre-trip checklist. Forgetting required documentation can result in experiences that range from slightly inconvenient to potentially disastrous. Continue Reading
- Blog: Haynes and Boone BlogsLogos and the Ordinary Observer TestPosted on November 22, 2019 by Vera SuarezThe Federal Circuit recently held in Columbia Sportswear North America, Inc. v Seirus Innovative Accessories, Inc. that logos may be considered in the ordinary observer test. Seirus Innovative Accessories (“Seirus”) makes and sells cold weather gear, and a lower court had ruled on summary judgment that U.S. Patent No. D657,093 to Snyder was infringed by […] The post Logos and the Ordinary Observer Test appeared first on Haynes and Boone Blogs.