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By Jeffrey Soble
Self-driving, autonomous or semi-autonomous vehicles seem everywhere, yet nowhere. Here at the Dashboard, we seem to never stop writing about them or the issues associated with them.
By Courtenay Brinckerhoff
A new USPTO fee schedule took effect on January 16, 2018, which usually means that all fees must be paid at the new (higher) rate.
By Tony Tootell, Kristina Fernandez Mabrie
After a Central District of California Judge dismissed a consumer's Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) case on a Motion to Compel Arbitration ...
By Philip Phillips
For-profit employers occasionally bring on unpaid interns to work at the company.
By Donald W. Schroeder
Iceland has been touting gender pay equity legislation as a short-term goal since early last year.
By Jason Mock
Enforcing a patent with claims that raise the specter of divided infringement can be a difficult plight for patent owners.
By Mark Thimke, Peter A. Tomasi
Just before the holiday break, U.S. EPA announced the potential return to "nonattainment ozone status" for a number of locations in the United States, including portions of eastern and southeastern Wisconsin.
By C. Frederick Geilfuss II, Donald Romano
On January 9, 2018, The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) announced a new voluntary bundled payment model program – Bundled Payment for Care Improvement Advanced (BPCI Advanced).
By Jaime Dorenbaum
Can deleting information, even personal information, from your work computer land you in prison? That was the central question posed in USA v. Zeng, Case No. 4:16-cr-00172 in the Northern District of California.
By Adam Hepworth, Anil Shankar
New federal regulations published on January 3, 2018, clarify when lawful holders of substance-use disorder records may use and disclose patient identifying information for payment ...
By David A. Rood
In a recent article published by Bloomberg, we are once again reminded of the litigious nature of some of Silicon Valley's biggest players.
By Amy A. Ciepluch, Marian E. Dodson, Anthony F. LoCoco, Nick Welle
Employers will have until March 2, 2018 to furnish Form 1095-C ("Employer-Provided Health Insurance Offer and Coverage") to employees.
By Mary Braza, Kristina Fernandez Mabrie
Having recently heard oral argument in Christie v. National Collegiate Athletic Association, the U.S. Supreme Court is set to decide this long-running case that is ostensibly about the legalization...
By Lauren Loew
The U.S. auto industry closed out December to reach a third straight year of over 17 million cars sold. Overall, however, car sales were 1.8% lower in 2017 than in 2016, ending a 7 year streak of increasing auto sales.
By Courtenay Brinckerhoff
Although non-precedential, the Federal Circuit decision in Aptalis Pharmatech, Inc. v. Apotex Inc. is worth a read to see how the court "tiptoes" the "fine line between reading a claim in light ...
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