This webinar, presented by Foley Hoag and UKTI, provides guidance on the ECJ's recent decision to invalidate the US-EU Safe Harbor system. More »
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 »
This week saw developments in the two cases challenging the application of Section 2(a) of the Lanham Act to their registration: In re Tam and Blackhorse v. Pro Football, Inc.
Corporate social responsibility (“CSR”) is an important component of overall enterprise risk management for many companies. That said, too often, corporate implementation of CSR commitments is reliant upon diverse functions and systems that may not be all that well coordinated with one another and may utilize a range of different oversight and accountability mechanisms.
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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