Foley Hoag partners Robert A. Fisher and Jonathan A. Keselenko present a webinar on how the U.S. Department of Labor's proposed changes to the overtime regulations affect employers. More »
The TEC Calendar app offers users the most comprehensive and up-to-date calendar for technology-related business educational and networking events.More
In a squabble between two psychologists over rights to books about “explosive” children, the First Circuit weighed in this summer with an opinion holding that a work of authorship under the Copyright Act can be simultaneously both a “joint work” and a “derivative work.”
The European Court of Justice has just issued a decision that invalidates the so-called US-EU “Safe Harbor” system. Suddenly, what 3,500 U.S. Companies (including some of the largest companies in the world) have been doing with personal data now potentially becomes illegal.
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