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“But It’s on the Internet!” You Still Need a License to Use that Photo!

USA - July 1 2019 A recent decision of the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals demonstrates the risks of using “stock” photographs and other images found on the internet…

Alyssa Ruiz de Esparza, Jacquelyn Morenz

New Developments in Ongoing Website Accessibility Litigation

USA - April 22 2019 A federal district court in Massachusetts recently ruled against Harvard University in an ongoing lawsuit filed on behalf of disabled individuals…

Sharon J. Ormond, Elizabeth J. Rho-Ng

New Laws Expand Employers’ Sexual Harassment Prevention Obligations

USA - January 15 2019 As the #MeToo Movement placed a glaring spotlight on the continuing problem of sexual harassment in the workplace, outgoing California Governor Jerry…

Eve P. Fichtner, Aaron V. O'Donnell, Chesley D. Quaide, Todd M. Robbins

Students and Ridesharing: What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

USA - December 14 2018 Ridesharing services, such as Uber and Lyft, continue to grow in popularity and use. The services are cost-effective, convenient, and require no…

Shawna M. McKee

PERB: The Duty to Provide Information to Unions is Distinct from Obligations Under the Public Records Act

USA - November 28 2018 In a November 19, 2018 decision, the Public Employment Relations Board clarified that a union’s Request for Information (RFI) is not properly…

William A. Diedrich,, Michele A. Landenberger, Paul Z. McGlocklin