When the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was enacted by Congress in July 1990, the Internet was in its infancy and few, if any, considered its applicability to cyberspace. But a San Francisco Federal judge’s recent decision not to dismiss a discrimination case against retailer Target Corporation has brought the issue to the forefront. Believed […]
Brad Cohen wrote the article “New Regulations on Deduction for Film, TV Productions” that appeared in BNA Daily Tax Report.
Jim Butler’s article titled, "Green Hotels are Profitable Now!" was published by Hospitality Net on March 23, 2007 and in Hotel News Resource on March 21, 2007.
Jim Butler’s article titled, "Hotel Mixed-Use . . . Pass Key to Unlocking New Development and Bigger Profits?" was posted to the Las Vegas Trade Show Guide and Hsyndicate on March 15, 2007 and on Hospitality Trends on March 19, 2007
Jim Butler authored an article on March 5, 2007 titled, "Reggie Jackson Hotel, Conference Center and Baseball Hall of Fame?" on Hospitality Net.
Clothing manufacturers have long taken note of fashion trends, deciding what current and upcoming designer fashions they’ll recreate and sell to the public at a fraction of the designers’ price. In response, and at the behest of a handful of haute couture designers, the Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) has mobilized and is […]
The California courts have recently held that a seller’s agreement not to solicit employees of the buyer is too broad under California Business and Professions Code Sec. 16601, and thus not enforceable. In Strategix, Ltd. v. Infocrossing, _ Cal. Rptr. 3d _ (4th Dist. 2006), the court said any such restrictions on employee solicitation must […]
Recent changes to Singapore patent law have created what some have called the “most complicated patent timelines of any country in the world.” However, in addition to the amended calendar, substantive requirements have also been introduced which put tremendous onus on the applicant to ensure that the patent is valid and all procedural requirements are […]
Michael Gold’s article "The Paradox of a New Litigation Rule" was published in the Cutter Consortium’s March 2007 Executive Update.