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SEC Shines Spotlight on Employee Confidentiality Provisions

USA - September 16 2016 The Securities and Exchange Commission (the “SEC”) recently announced that it paid a whistleblower award of more than $22 million, when a

Recent Decisions Highlight Courts’ Reluctance to Modify Overbroad Non-Compete Provisions

USA - September 21 2016 In what may be a trend, several courts around the country this year have embraced strict interpretations of non-compete agreements, refusing to blue

Massachusetts Appeals Court Addresses Statute of Limitations for Enforcement of Guaranty

USA - September 15 2016 In a case decided at the end of August, the Massachusetts Court of Appeals had the opportunity to address when the statute of limitations expires

Three Actions to Take If You Are a Victim Of Identity Theft

USA - September 14 2016 You may be a victim of identity theft and not even realize it. Have you received a letter from a bank you do not recognize confirming that your new

Assignments in the United States do not always pass muster in Europe

European Union, USA - January 15 2013 In the United States, where an inventor must assign ownership of patent rights to his or her employer or another company, he or she signs an

Recent Decisions Highlight Courts’ Reluctance to Modify Overbroad Non-Compete Provisions

USA - September 21 2016 In what may be a trend, several courts around the country this year have embraced strict interpretations of non-compete agreements, refusing to blue

McRO v. Bandai: Latest Federal Circuit 101 Decision Breathes New Life into Software Patents

USA - September 19 2016 The Federal Circuit last week handed down the latest in a series of decisions finding computer-implemented inventions to be patent-eligible under 35

SEC Shines Spotlight on Employee Confidentiality Provisions

USA - September 16 2016 The Securities and Exchange Commission (the “SEC”) recently announced that it paid a whistleblower award of more than $22 million, when a

Massachusetts Appeals Court Addresses Statute of Limitations for Enforcement of Guaranty

USA - September 15 2016 In a case decided at the end of August, the Massachusetts Court of Appeals had the opportunity to address when the statute of limitations expires

Three Actions to Take If You Are a Victim Of Identity Theft

USA - September 14 2016 You may be a victim of identity theft and not even realize it. Have you received a letter from a bank you do not recognize confirming that your new