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Cat Diseases and Parasites that can Infect People

USA - April 29 2016 Pets are increasingly important in this and other developed countries. Many pet owners are unaware of the diseases and parasites their pets may

So you want to sell your program? Tips for starting a new software venture

USA - January 11 2012 It is still possible to become a success in the software business

Ninth Circuit takes on definition of "successor-in-interest" under FMLA

USA - September 30 2010 In an opinion issued on September 27, 2010, the Ninth Circuit tackled the question of when a new employer is a successor-in-interest to a former employer under the FMLA

If You Agree that Alimony Terminates on Cohabitation, It Really Terminates on Cohabitation, Even If the Cohabitation Ends

USA - May 3 2016 The impact of cohabitation on alimony is often one of the most difficult clauses to negotiate in a marital settlement agreement. The payor always

Know your role: am I a "settlor" or a "fiducary"?

USA - March 8 2012 When making decisions about benefit plans, plan sponsors should at least take some time to consider what role they are playing

Evenwel v. Abbott: What “One Person - One Vote” Means

USA - May 5 2016 On March 15, 2016, I hosted a program for the South Asian Bar Association-Southern California at Fox Rothschild on a case pending before the United

Minority Members: Till Death Do Us Part?

USA - May 5 2016 It is a familiar adage that business partnerships are like marriages, and in many instances, that saying holds true. But, what happens when the

As Sony Submits Patent Application for Contact Lens Camera, Companies Need to Ensure Their Confidentiality Policies Protect Them from Breaches

USA - May 5 2016 This week, it was reported that Sony has submitted a patent application for a camera small enough to fit within a contact lens worn directly on the

Governor Christie: New Jersey Pay Equity Bill “Very Business Unfriendly”

USA - May 5 2016 This past week, Governor Chris Christie predictably conditionally vetoed a pay equity bill that was recently passed by the New Jersey State

OIG Issues Advisory Opinion on Transportation Aid and Lodging Benefits

USA - May 4 2016 In a recent Advisory Opinion (No. 16-02), the OIG concluded that it would not seek sanctions against a state-run hospital (the “Hospital”) under the