The Biden administration earlier this year issued three national mandates through OSHA, the CMS (see below) and the Department of Defense (DoD).
One of my tech clients sent me a pretty burdensome clause to review. I suggested some ways to push back on the customer.
Trade secrets are inventions and methods that have value to your company and that would lose the value if they were disclosed to your competitors.
Working from Home and an Economic Downturn Are Creating a Perfect Storm for Increased Theft of Trade Secrets.
Some industries have problems that happen again and again. Construction has a handful of things that go wrong so often that the U.S. Government created some if-then clauses that go into virtually every government-funded construction contract.
The Benefits of Getting It in Writing.
I believe that Getting it in Writing helps us increase the likelihood of success in everything we do.
I am fond of saying “always get it in writing!”
What is “it?” Anything on which you intend to rely, including some thing as simple as a coffee date. An exchange of emails or text messages dramatically improves the likelihood that you and the other person will show up at the right place, on the right date and time.
Helping Employers Optimize the Multi-Generational Workforce.
Several law firms have provided excellent Continuing Legal Ed programs in response to COVID19. Morgan Lewis https://www.morganlewis.com/ is one of those firms.
Ecommerce is Up. So is Class Action Litigation.
I recently took a continuing legal education program from the global law firm of Morgan, Lewis. https://www.morganlewis.com/
Dusty Boilerplate no Longer.
The Force Majeure (“FM”) clause has long been regarded as one of those boring old boilerplate clauses that rarely get much attention during contract negotiations. I speak from personal experience!
The Intermountain Fair Housing Council, located in Boise, is a nonprofit organization that (among other things) provides education and training on complying with the federal Fair Housing Act. https://ifhcidaho.org/
Many of us have had our businesses interrupted as a consequence of government actions to curtail COVID19. Many of us also have insurance that purports to cover Business Interruption (“BI”).