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How Emojis Can Cause Trouble in the Workplace

USA - July 11 2019 As emojis have morphed from a cute novelty into a staple element of business communication, they have begun to pose liability risks to companies...

Smiley Face Now, Cry Later: How Emojis Can Saddle You With Legal Woes and What You Can Do About It

USA - June 13 2019 What could be bad about a harmless smiley face? More than you might think...

Court Agrees With the FTC That Qualcomm’s “No License, No Chips” Policy Is No Good, Deeming It Impermissible Anticompetitive Conduct

USA - May 30 2019 In January 2017, the Federal Trade Commission sued Qualcomm in the Northern District of California, alleging that the company was violating U.S...

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Will Size Matter? Ninth Circuit Agrees to Review Certification of Largest-Ever Antitrust Class Action

USA - March 26 2019 On September 27, 2018 a federal judge in the Northern District of California certified what is likely the largest class action ever in In re Qualcomm...

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The Trouble With Emojis

USA - March 8 2019 Like the Tribbles on the classic television series Star Trek, emojis are cute and fun, but they can cause major trouble if not handled correctly. As...