- Blog: Patent 213The Risk of Using “Consisting Essentially of” in Patent ClaimsPosted on October 18, 2019 by Stephanie D. ScruggsThe legal meaning of the transition language “consisting essentially of” is well-established in Federal Circuit case law and is generally construed to mean that the composition or formulation (a) necessarily includes the listed ingredients and (b) is open to unlisted ingredients that do not materially affect the basic and novel properties of the composition. Similarly,...
- 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: MMM Tech Law & Business ReportSE Tech Podcast Ep. 72 – Pressure Dx with Candace CurtinPosted on October 16, 2019 by MMMTechLawWe speak with Candace Curtin, Founder and CEO of Pressure Dx, a diagnostic clinical decision software for pressure injuries that helps improve outcomes and decrease litigation risks. Pressure Dx is headquartered in Wilmington, North Carolina.
- Blog: Privacy and Information Security Law BlogCalifornia Amends Breach Notification LawPosted on October 15, 2019 by Hunton Andrews Kurth LLPOn October 11, 2019, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed into law AB 1130, which expands the types of personal information covered by California's breach notification law. Continue Reading
- Blog: Waller Law BlogProvider agreements: Does two make a trend?Posted on October 13, 2019 by David E. Lemke,Tyler N. Layne,Melissa W. Jones
- Blog: The FirewallThe Regs are In! California’s Attorney General Releases the Long Awaited CCPA RegulationsPosted on October 11, 2019 by Cinthia Granados Motley, Ashley S.A. Jackson and Ashley R. FickelAs businesses and privacy professionals were holding their breath awaiting the California Governor’s signature on pending amendments to the much anticipated California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”), California’s Attorney General took the spotlight yesterday by releasing the similarly anticipated CCPA Regulations, Cal. Code Regs. tit. 11, .§999.300, et seq. (“Regulations”). Since the passage of the CCPA... Continue Reading