Wearable technology has moved far beyond eyeglasses, hearing aids, wristwatches and pacemakers. Now that significant computing power can be packed into devices small enough to be worn comfortably on – or in – the body, numerous sectors are developing “wearables” for a wide variety of purposes. Google Glass® has been used to facilitate surgery, allowing […]
Stan Gibson and Nahal Bahri’s article, “Preparing to Discuss Predictive Coding at the Rule 26(f) Conference,” was published by Wolters Kluwer in the March 2015 issue of The Computer & Internet Lawyer.
Jim Butler’s blog article, “Succession planning for the family-owned hospitality business,” was picked up by Hotel Online, Hospitality Net and Hotel News Resource.
The California Court of Appeal’s decision in Gerard v. Orange Coast Memorial Medical Center, decided on Tuesday, February 10, 2015, landed a severe blow to California’s already struggling Hospitals. In Gerard, the Court invalidated a section of Wage Order 5 relating to meal period waivers in the Health Care Industry which has been relied upon […]
Jim Butler and Marty Orlick’s blog article, “Just published: The ADA Compliance and Defense Guide — free download,” was picked up by Hotel Online, Hotel News Resource, Hospitality Net, Lodging Partners and OC Restaurant Association.
Cathy Holmes’ article, which she coauthored with Bruce Baltin, “EB-5 Financing for Hotel Development,” was published by EB5 Investors magazine.
Matt Hinks’ article, “AB 2222: Density Bonus Bill Will Rein In Incentives,” was published by the Daily Journal.
Jim Butler and Mark Adams’ article, “The shrinking terms of hotel management agreements,” was published by Jim Butler’s Hotel Law Blog, and was picked up by Hotel News Resource, Hotel Online and Hotel Executive.
Stan Gibson’s article entitled, “Motion to Strike Expert Testimony in Comples Case Denied,” was published in the November 2014 issue of the IP Litigator.
Greg Cordrey’s article was published in the November 2014 issue of the IP Litigator entitled, “Stay of Litigation Granted Due to Patent Owners Failure to Timely Respond.”