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Fintech: The disruptive force for good

The disruption in the financial services industry caused by technological advances has created fertile ground for financial sponsors who excel at promoting innovation and investing in new, untested...more

The lure of South Korea - South Korea: Building for the future

South Korea's "can-do" business attitude and healthy regard for innovation make it a top destination for foreign investment. South Korea is a dynamic, export-led economy that is actively sending a signal to global...more

If It's Worth It, You Should Work It (As a Work Made for Hire)

With the growth of mobile apps, non-tech companies face the challenge of creating apps to promote and sell their services or goods. Because the creation of an app can be a one-time project, hiring an independent software...more

EU Control List Update

The European Commission is revising the list of dual use items subject to EU export, transit and brokering controls. This briefing summarises the main new and deleted entries, primarily concerning machine tools, avionics...more

Cybersecurity 2.0: What’s Expected of Federally Regulated Financial Institutions

As federally regulated financial institutions (FRFIs) expand their reliance on technology, employ progressively complicated and interconnected networks and systems, increase their electronic service offerings and collaborate...more

Random thoughts on the future of law and technology

I have the good fortune of meeting and collaborating with some pretty influential players in this cozy little global profession of law practice. Monica Bay is one of those with whom, and from whom, I’ve learned a great deal....more

The Patentability of Encryption Inventions

Encryption seems to be in the news quite a bit lately. Electronic retailers and government organizations have become targets of computer hackers across the globe, attacking their servers and obtaining sensitive information...more

The Roundup: Last Week’s Recommended Reading (October 23, 2015)

It’s a Brave New World of Lawyering: Change requires that we actually do something about the things that are broken. And we all know what’s broken. ...more

[Event] 2015 Cybersecurity Seminar: Identifying and Mitigating Data Breaches and Related Liabilities - Oct. 29th, Richmond, VA

October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month! Please join Williams Mullen, Marsh and EY for an in-depth discussion on effective strategies for identifying and mitigating data breach and related liabilities. WHO...more

California Governor Signs Legislation Establishing Significant New Energy Goals

Law Sets Standards Aimed at Addressing Climate Change - Today, Gov. Jerry Brown signed SB 350 into law, setting two ambitious climate change-related goals: a 50 percent increase in building energy efficiency, and a...more

Using the Internet to Raise Money: Securities Laws and Crowdfunding

There are many services available to emerging companies to raise money through crowdfunding. As an entrepreneur or leader of a company evaluating these options, it is important to understand the basic legal foundations of...more

Technology Industry Newsletter - October 2015

We hope you enjoy this edition of our Tech Newsletter. As technology continues to drive business innovation and growth, new and existing companies positioned to take advantage of the tech trends for 2016 will be better...more

Litigation Alert: The CJEU's Decision on Safe Harbor and its Effects on US Technology Companies

The CJEU’s Decision on Safe Harbor and its Effects on US Technology Companies - On October 6, 2015, the Court of Justice of the European Union (“CJEU”), the European Union’s highest court, issued a groundbreaking...more

Cleantech and solar photovoltaic innovation – an area of opportunity for the mining industry

The Australian Renewable Energy Agency’s (ARENA) funding priorities for new investment represent an area of opportunity for the mining industry. While investment in clean technology may, on the surface, seem at odds with the...more

Ch-Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes: USPTO Pilot Program on Changing Technology

As you may have heard, the USPTO has commenced a pilot program to allow, under limited circumstances, amendments to identifications of goods/services in trademark registrations to account for evolving technology. Amendments...more

MarkIt to MarketTM - September 2015

The September issue of Sterne Kessler's MarkIt to Market™ newsletter discusses considerations when filing a petition under the USPTO pilot program, outlines what you should know when protecting a trademark for wearable...more

Drafting Intellectual Property Agreements: Best Practices From a Litigator’s Perspective

As intellectual property licensing continues to grow more prevalent, legal practitioners and business personnel are being asked to craft and negotiate agreements that can significantly impact a business’s ability to compete...more

[Event] PEDC Training: IP Blunders and How to Avoid Them - Oct. 6th, McLean, VA

On Oct. 6, Intellectual Property attorney Josh Brady will deliver a two-hour hands-on training session on how to recognize potential IP blunders and plot a course to avoid them. This will be the first in a series of IP...more

[Event] 2015 FOLEYTech Summit - October 1, Boston, MA

Please join us for the 2015 FOLEYTech Summit. In its 11th year, the FOLEYTech Summit continues to offer the top-notch industry insight and compelling speakers you have come to expect from Foley & Lardner LLP, while embracing...more

[Webinar] Legal Issues and Risks in Wearable Health Technologies - Sept. 24th, 10:00am PDT

The market for wearable health technologies, encompassing innovations such as fitness bands, glucose monitors, and implanted devices, is booming – estimated to surpass $70 billion by 2024. The session will focus on key legal...more

The Roundup: Last Week’s Recommended Reading (September 11, 2015)

Can a Career Coach Help Advance Your Legal Career? If you’re feeling stuck in your legal career, maybe it’s time to consider a career coach, or other similar option (if a full career coaching package isn’t an option)....more

Internet of Things – What does it mean for business?

What is the Internet of Things? The 'Internet of Things' (IoT) is a catchphrase describing the increasing interconnectedness between smart devices and sensors facilitated through their connection to the internet. It's not a...more

Patent Claims Are Not Drawn to Patent Eligible Subject Matter

The defendants filed a motion for judgment on the pleadings for invalidity under § 101. The motion was granted. The plaintiff’s claim construction was adopted for purposes of the motion. The Court then applied the two-step...more

As Autumn Looms, Low-Hanging Fruit in IT Procurement May Tempt Baker

The Office of the Massachusetts Attorney General is investigating the failure of the Governor Patrick administration and its chosen information technology contractor to adapt the state’s health exchange to the complex...more

eWorkplace Policies Restricting Employees’ Acceptable Use of Technology, Social Media & The Cloud

I. OVERVIEW – THE MODERN LANDSCAPE - A. Physical Conduct PLUS Digital Activity - Traditional concerns for employers have included: conduct leading to liability to third-parties; “frolic and detour” or other...more

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