All of the below issues should be considered and worked out early on. Sometimes, in the frenzy and thrill of developing a new business, it’s easy to overlook the “housekeeping” issues. However, dealing with these issues farther [...]
A key focus of e-commerce marketing focuses on customer reviews. Customer reviews might be the single most important factor considered by consumers when evaluating purchase options. Positive customer reviews can translate into [...]
A scam requires victims who trust in the basic honesty of others. The more trustworthy the perpetrator appears, the larger is the pool of potential victims.
Following are the unbelievably contemptible facts alleged in the Federal [...]
On August 7th at 12:48pm, Elon Musk tweets: “Am considering taking Tesla private at $420. Funding secured.” Tesla is the highest valued car company in the U.S. If the tweet is true, this would be one of the largest privatizations [...]
Even on the surface, this is a remarkable case, just decided at the end of June. Davidson v The United States (U.S. Court of Federal Claims, No. 13-942C, 6/29/18)
A sculptor is hired to create a Statue of Liberty [...]
High tech leaders traditionally vigorously lobby for limited government regulation of technology and instead promote the benefits of self-regulation.
However, in an unusual turn of events, Microsoft president Brad Smith wrote a [...]
When evaluating a client’s new business venture, one of the first things a lawyer will do is consider the risk profile. If there is a high probability of being sued, then the cost of defending those suits needs to be included in [...]
I don’t like obscenities, and I don’t speak obscenities, but the right to use obscenities hits on a fundamental right that Americans hold dear.
As background, first came the US Supreme Court decision in June 2017 in Matal v. Tam [...]
WHOIS is lining up to be the first victim of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). It may soon be no more.
The Internet Corporation for the Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) is the international non-profit organization [...]
It’s black letter U.S. copyright law that an assignment of copyright must be in writing. Section 204(a) of the Copyright Act provides that “a transfer of copyright ownership, other than by operation of law, is not valid unless [...]