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What To Do When You Have Been Offered A Severance Package?

USA - January 11 2018 In these difficult economic times, you may find yourself in a situation where your employer has announced a layoff, position elimination, or outr

Security Risks: Smartphone Apps and Sensitive Data

USA - August 15 2016 As discussed in an earlier post, the release of Pokemon Go raised speculation about app security failures, including reports that the app's standard

MA courts say: insurers not liable for failing to settle, even after jury verdict

USA - August 27 2015 A Massachusetts superior court has recently ruled that an insurance company choosing to appeal a jury's decision to a higher court rather than extend

Keeping your online accounts private - can employers request access to your Facebook?

USA - June 22 2015 This May, Connecticut joined 20 other states with similar employee online privacy laws when Governor Dannel Malloy signed Public Act 15-6, a law

Switching to biometrics may increase data exposure

USA - October 31 2015 Passwords and PINs require ever more complexity and become difficult to recall. As a result, many people take actions that could give rise to a data

What To Do When You Have Been Offered A Severance Package?

USA - January 11 2018 In these difficult economic times, you may find yourself in a situation where your employer has announced a layoff, position elimination, or outr

Security Risks: Smartphone Apps and Sensitive Data

USA - August 15 2016 As discussed in an earlier post, the release of Pokemon Go raised speculation about app security failures, including reports that the app's standard

New Massachusetts Case Expands "Mode of Operation" Premises Liability

USA - July 28 2016 Massachusetts' Supreme Judicial Court has expanded premises liability to include a broader definition “mode of operation" which relieves plaintiffs

Expanded Video Game Liability Post-Pokémon Go?

USA - July 26 2016 Pokémon Go, a free iPhone and Android gaming app, was released recently and promptly followed by a media frenzy. The app is built on Niantic Inc.'s

Massachusetts Senate to Consider Ratification of the Uniform Trade Secrets Act

USA - July 13 2016 Earlier this week, we posted an update on House Bill H4434, which had passed unanimously in the House and was being reviewed by the Senate Rules