According to an article in The New York Times this week, high level executives make up the majority of tablet users in the workplace. That may change, though, as in the workplace tablet usage increases. It was predicted this...more
In this issue:
- Enjoy the Holiday and Take a Break
- Former AmEx Chief Advertising Counsel Joins Venable
- Here's My Number, Text Me Maybe?
- Picking up the Tab for Disgorgement
- Obama to...more
On May 30, the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California held that a user of an online service consented to receiving text messages from that service by including his mobile number in his online account...more
ICANN is well on its way to the launch of new generic top-level domains (gTLDs) with the first ones being approved as early as April 23rd. The handful of TLDs currently in use, such as “.com”, “.org”, and “.edu”, may soon be...more
One of the great plays and movies that I enjoy is ‘Glengarry Glen Ross’. As you might expect with anything that David Mamet pens the dialogue is absolutely spot on, fast paced and non-stop. The action generally revolves...more
The Housing Assistance Tax Act of 2008 included a new IRS mandate that requires certain companies that settle payments for merchants and other payment processors to report the gross sales of the transactions to the IRS each...more
Law Seminars International hosted a mobile payments conference in Atlanta, Georgia on May 17th and 18th that featured high profile players such as American Express, PayPal and Starbucks, major bank regulators, and faculty...more
Originally published in E-Finance & Payments Law & Policy - May 2012.
Companies large and small are rushing to develop new products and technologies to net their share of the $1 trillion of projected value in mobile...more
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