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Six challenges opportunities facing credit unions in 2014

USA - September 12 2014 Credit unions operate in a fiercely competitive market and member retention and engagement are crucial elements for their long-term viability. Our

Mommy, My Doll is Spying on Me: U.S. Manufacturer’s Doll Labeled an Espionage Device by German Regulators

Global - June 14 2017 On February 17, 2017, Germany's Federal Network Agency banned a doll called “My Friend Cayla” due to the fact that the toy is basically an espionage

Oil gas law for beginners: understanding the Mineral vs. Royalty Distinction

USA - October 26 2015 Instruments that convey oil and gas interests can be difficult to interpret. Frequently, industry terms of art are used interchangeably, and the

Lawyers & Social Media - Part 1

USA - June 14 2017 Social media has revolutionized how lawyers communicate with clients and advertise their services. But technological advances bring not only

Oil gas law for beginners: differentiating between production wells injection wells

USA - August 28 2014 Over the past few years, "oil and gas well" and "injection well" have increasingly become part of the lingo throughout the State of Ohio. But, what

Commission Finding of Abatement of Substantially Aggravated Condition Goes to Claimant’s “Extent of Disability”

USA - June 27 2017 Senate Bill 7, which became effective in 2006, required that for a pre-existing condition to be recognized in a claim by way of aggravation, a

Lawyers & Social Media - Part 1

USA - June 14 2017 Social media has revolutionized how lawyers communicate with clients and advertise their services. But technological advances bring not only

Ohio Supreme Court Confirms that Development Satisfies Delay Rental Requirements

USA - June 14 2017 In a unanimous decision issued June 1, 2017, the Ohio Supreme Court affirmed the rights of lessees in Bohlen et al. V. Anadarko E&P Onshore, L.L.C

Mommy, My Doll is Spying on Me: U.S. Manufacturer’s Doll Labeled an Espionage Device by German Regulators

Global - June 14 2017 On February 17, 2017, Germany's Federal Network Agency banned a doll called “My Friend Cayla” due to the fact that the toy is basically an espionage

Lack of Technology Proficiency Raises Concerns Beyond Just Competence

USA - May 31 2017 We have previously posted entries about the relatively new comment 8 to Rule 1.1, which requires lawyers to keep abreast of changes in relevant