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Dorsey Anti-Corruption Digest - August 2017

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The Department of Justice (DOJ) ended its probe of Net1 UEPS Technologies, according to SEC filings from the South African-based payment processing company. The company received a declination from the Securities and Exchange...more

Patents on the blockchain - Bitcoin and beyond

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Disruptive technologies have transformed the global economy, and will continue to do so at exponential rates. Innovators at the cutting edge of these technologies should carefully review their patenting strategy, or risk...more

IBM Issues 2017 X-Force Threat Intelligence Index Findings

Last week, IBM published its X-Force Threat Intelligence Index (Index), which summarizes the state of leaked records and vulnerabilities to data in 2016. It is depressing, but informative....more

Don't Lose Your Day Job: Court Rules Against Moonlighting Employee

by Bennett Jones LLP on

Can an employee keep his or her full-time job, while operating a personal business on the side (also known as moonlighting)? This issue was considered in Ross v IBM Canada Limited, 2015 ABQB 563 [Ross], where a senior...more

Employee Benefits Developments - October 2016

by Hodgson Russ LLP on

The Employee Benefits practice group is pleased to present the Benefits Developments Newsletter for the month of October, 2016. 2017 Benefits Limits Announced - The Internal Revenue Service and Social Security...more

Your daily dose of financial news - The Brief – 10.5.16

by Robins Kaplan LLP on

Investor plaintiffs won a big discovery battle with the US gov’t over its 2012 decision to seize Fannie & Freddie’s profits. Federal Claims Court Judge Margaret Sweeney has ruled that the government improperly invoked the...more

Your daily dose of financial news - The Brief – 9.30.16

by Robins Kaplan LLP on

NY hedge fund Och-Ziff has agreed to pay a $413 million fine as part of a deferred-prosecution agreement with US regulators over allegations that it was involved in the payment of more than $100 million in bribes to African...more

Michigan Supreme Court’s Decision Order in IBM Must be Followed

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Background Under Michigan's Business Tax Act ("MBT Act"), generally effective from 2008-2011, income was apportioned using a single sales factor. During the same time period, Michigan law included the Multistate Tax Compact,...more

New Court Decisions Reinforce Need for Benefit Communications Policy

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In my last post to this blog I extolled the virtues of a benefit communications policy for HR professionals who communicate pensions and benefits to fellow employees. I pointed out that years of benefit miscommunication has...more

The Blockchain: Beyond Bitcoin

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Blockchain - While many people in the U.S. are still skeptical that bitcoin will become a mainstream currency, both private and public sectors are gaining interest in the idea that the underlying blockchain technology...more

VA Partners with IBM’s Watson for Genomics

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IBM’s Watson for Genomics and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) just announced a public-private research partnership to study genomics and provide tailored medical solutions to patients. This partnership is poised...more

News of Note in IP

Each week, Sheppard Mullin brings you News of Note in IP: The latest news in the IP-related fields of technology, privacy, fashion, advertising, music, and social media, curated by our IP team. Here are some of the stories...more

Cybersecurity News & Notes – June 2016 #3

In Case You Missed It: Illinois strengthened its data privacy and security law, with the amendments going into effect in January 2017. The amendments include expanding the definition of “personal information” to include a...more

Michigan Court of Appeal finds Multistate Tax Compact applicable to the former Michigan Single Business Tax (SBT) Act

by Miller Canfield on

On February 25, 2016, the Michigan Court of Appeals released a decision for publication in the consolidated case of AK Steel Holding Corporation v. Department of Treasury, which upholds the ability of taxpayers to make the...more

Your daily dose of financial news The Brief – 3.1.16

by Robins Kaplan LLP on

Apple’s gained some welcome federal precedent in its battle to resist unlocking its phones for the federal government, thanks to an EDNY drug case in which federal magistrate judge James Orenstein denied the government’s...more

Manatt Digital Media - February 2016

In this newsletter, we highlight how strategic acquisition and investment can best be leveraged for organizational growth. We also discuss a recent example in the case of IBM's purchase of live streaming service Ustream, and...more

As corporations step up health care activity, it’s time to be wary

Just how much do you trust big companies, including the one you work for, with your health information? That issue may become increasingly important as employers campaign to help themselves and their employees by banding...more

January 8, 2016

On January 8, 1889, Herman Hollerith was issued U.S. Patent Nos. 395,781, 395,782, and 395,783, on the art of compiling statistics. Hollerith’s cards were first used in in processing the 1890 Census. He later founded The...more

News of Note for the Internet-Minded – 1/6/16

Stories of interest include the return of the bots, an exploration of Facebook’s interest in virtual reality, a host of wearable tech developments, and more. Whether they crawl, answer queries, message or just chat, the...more

Employment Law - December 2015

NLRB Goes One Step Further, Holds Optional Waiver of Class Action Arbitrations Illegal - Why it matters - Reiterating its stance against arbitration agreements that prohibit class or collective actions, a panel of...more

What We Know About BitCoin, and What Is Still Unknown

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In Part I, we gave an overview of Bitcoin and how it’s different from the digital “real currency” that is in widespread use today. In Part II, we’ll ask and answer the question – Is Bitcoin just a fad? Is it novel in...more

That is SO last week - October 2015 #2

by Zelle LLP on

Last week, Fortune introduced us to a new HR tech product called Perception. According to Fortune, Perception creator Kanjoya claims that the program can interpret the “intent and emotions” behind written text and filter out...more

SEC’s Hitachi Enforcement Action and Important Compliance Reminders

by Michael Volkov on

The SEC continues to plug away at aggressive FCPA enforcement. This year, at least so far, the SEC has had a very successful year. The Hitachi case is a very interesting enforcement action for several major reasons. ...more

Using Consumer Reports for Hiring Decisions Creates Unanticipated Litigation Risk for Employers

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When employers obtain a consumer report for employment purposes, §1681b(b)(3)(A) of the Fair Credit Reporting Act (the “FCRA”) requires issuance of a pre-adverse action notice to the subject of the report (the “consumer”) if...more

When Terminating An Employee, Is A Clean Break Better Than A Long Limbo?

If you have a poor performer, is it better to make a clean break and fire him, or is it better to prolong his (and your) agony? That is obviously a biased question, but some employers will do almost anything to avoid...more

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