Foley Hoag presents a webinar covering essentials of what every generalist in‑house legal practitioner should know about trademarks. More »
The past year has been busy in the labor and employment law field. Foley Hoag presents a webinar detailing the latest legal developments. More »
This Foley Hoag webinar discusses the ongoing crime sprees involving theft of patients’ identities and health information. More »
As we previously reported, the federal Defend Trade Secrets Act (DTSA) enacted last May includes a powerful ex parte seizure proceeding that allows courts in “extraordinary circumstances” to order the seizure of property necessary to prevent the immediate dissemination of trade secrets.
Valentine’s Day is upon us yet again. Chances are, you and your sweetheart will find yourselves together in a restaurant on February 14th. Roses may be gifted, chocolate confections may be consumed, and to drink –
Federal and state laws impact hiring/firing decisions, comp, benefits, recordkeeping, safety and workplace conduct. Stay ahead of the game.
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Risk is rampant. In 2014, there were over 2,000 data breaches in the U.S., costing companies an annual average of $5.9 million. If you have electronic data, you are at risk of a breach. You must be prepared to contain the legal and monetary fallout.
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