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Website Accessibility Lawsuits Abound
Website accessibility lawsuits (i.e., lawsuits alleging discrimination on the basis that websites contain access barriers that limit navigation for disabled people) increased 177% percent from 2017 to 2018 alone.
United States
23 Aug 2019
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Comparing The Washington Privacy Act (WPA) To The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)
A new bill, titled the "Washington Privacy Act" ("WPA"), was introduced in the Washington State Senate on January 18, 2019.
United States
21 Feb 2019
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NY AG Reins In WeWork's Non-Compete Agreements
The Attorney General for the State of New York ("NY AG") recently announced a settlement with WeWork Companies, Inc. that will revamp WeWork's use of employee non-compete agreements.
United States
12 Oct 2018
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1-800-Flowers.Com Sued In Website Accessibility Lawsuit
Recently, a federal district court in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts refused to dismiss a website accessibility lawsuit against 1-800-Flowers.com brought under Title III of the "ADA"...
United States
9 Mar 2018
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ADA Accessibility, A Must For All Websites?
The Americans with Disabilities Act ("ADA") was enacted to make American society more accessible for people with disabilities
United States
29 Sep 2017
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Have You Been Threatened With An ADA Website Accessibility Lawsuit?
Many business owners are familiar with Americans with Disabilities Act requirements for physical structures, such as including wheelchair-accessible routes of travel in restaurants.
United States
2 Aug 2017
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Work-For-Hire Clauses and Agreements: One Key to Intellectual Property Ownership
A "work made for hire" (sometimes referred to as a "work-for-hire") is a work created by an employee as part of her/his job and, in some limited circumstances, where all parties agree in writing that work created by an independent contractor should be considered a work-for-hire.
United States
4 Mar 2016
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Independent Contractor Or Employee: How To Classify The People That Work for You.
Last week, the California State Division of Labor Standards Enforcement (DLSE) issued a ruling classifying a driver for popular car service, Uber, as an employee, rather than an independent contractor.
United States
22 Jun 2015
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Non-Compete Clauses: Don't Make Your Non-Compete Clauses Non-Enforceable
The reasons for this judicial approach to non-compete clauses is simple: courts are reluctant to enforce obstacles to an individual finding gainful employment.
United States
12 Jun 2015
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Non-Compete Clauses: Don't Make Your Non-Compete Clauses Non-Enforceable
Earlier this week, two U.S. Senators, Chris Murphy (D-Conn.) and Al Franken (D-Minn.), announced plans to introduce a bill that would ban companies from asking employees that make less than $15 an hour (or $31,200 annually) to agree to non-compete provisions that would hinder those employees' efforts at securing subsequent employment.
United States
10 Jun 2015
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