In This Issue:
- IS THIS REALLY A JOB FOR THE TRADEMARK OFFICE?
Legal proceedings involving mass murders and lurid sexual escapades get lots of media attention.
Trademark cases? Not so much.
Camera and other forms of surveillance have taken hold across the United States. After the April Boston Marathon bombings, the speed of identification and apprehension of suspects in the case was largely due to good police...more
On April 15, 2013 explosive devices planted along the route of the annual Boston Marathon killed three people and horribly injured scores more. Two brothers, Dzhokhar and Tamerlan Tsarnaev, became suspects in the horrific...more
In This Issue:
- DON’T FALL FOR THIS CHINESE DOMAIN NAME SCAM:
Sooner or later (probably sooner – I’ve seen a flurry of these recently), someone in your organization is going to get an ominous-sounding email...more
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has tightened its screening of international students by ordering border agents to verify the visa validity of F-1 and M-1 foreign students entering the United States. The new...more
On Monday of this week, the Massachusetts’s Division of Insurance issued a bulletin mandating prompt investigation of business interruption, property damage and medical insurance claims by policyholders victimized by the...more
Two stories playing out today have our attention for similar reasons. Both examples relate to the influence of social media, namely Twitter, as a function of risk management....more
Criminal complaint filed on April 22, 2013, against accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. Charges include use of a weapon of mass destruction and malicious destruction of property resulting in death....more
The bombings that occurred during the Boston Marathon, resulting in loss of life and numerous injuries, have been designated a terrorist act. The consequences of the bombings, as well as the ongoing investigation and...more
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