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In late 2014, the National Labor Relations Board created two new rules that govern e-mail policies for both union and non-union employers. This article describes these new rules and provides guidance on how employers can minimize the burdens the new rules create.
Topics: Employment / Labor Law,
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According to Gartner’s TOP strategic technology trends for 2015, one of the main trends will be merge of real and virtual worlds. The article mentions the main trends in technology to be expected in 2015 (such as drones, smart machines, 3D printing, etc.), and analyses their legal implications, including regulatory, data protection, IP issues, as well as liability matters.
Topics: Information Technology / Computer Law,
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The new Civil Code and the Act on Business Corporations, adopted in connection with the reform of private law in the Czech Republic, came into effect on 1 January 2014. This article provides a brief overview of the rights of minority shareholders in joint-stock companies (“JSCs”) under the Act on Business Corporations (the “ABC”). The regulation under the new Civil Code is mentioned where necessary. Usually, JSCs have a board of directors as a statutory body and a supervisory...
Topics: Business Organizations,
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The Argentine Supreme Court established in a recent leading case that Google Inc. and Yahoo! shall only be liable under fault liability principles in case of offensive content uploaded by third parties, the court articulated the circumstances under which the Search Engines should cease to link a word or an image in their search's results, and a procedure to follow differentiating the type of offense involved.
Topics: Privacy / Use of Personal Information, Cyberspace Law / E-Commerce / Internet Law,
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Your company has business in the Middle East and you are asked to certify that your goods are not manufactured in Israel. Your goods are made in the U.S. Should you care about this provision? Yes. The mere provision of the requested certification would violate U.S. law. This article describes the five key points that every U.S. exporter, especially those doing business in Arab League and neighboring countries, should know about the U.S. antiboycott laws.
Topics: Trade Law / Trade Regulation,
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This article reflects on the UK legal market seven years after the "Tesco Law" big bang and highlights one very innovative project involving the establishment of a major new member-owned ABS on outsourced basis.
Topics: Professional Responsibility / Ethics,
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Even in sophisticated, big-ticket financings, it really does pay to sweat the small stuff. United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit declined to save a secured creditor who, as part of the payoff and termination of a $300 million financing, mistakenly also permitted the filing of a UCC3 termination statement pertaining to $1.5 billion in unrelated secured debt.
Topics: Commercial Transactions and Finance / Consumer Transactions,
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In this article, the authors discuss the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit decision in Moyer that the contractual time limits governing the period during which a participant must initiate judicial review of a benefits denial must be included in the denial letter issued by the plan administrator in order to comply substantially with the requirements of Section 503 of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA).
Topics: Employee Benefits / Retirement Schemes / Welfare Benefits,
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In an effort to decrease medication errors, the FDA will use a Phonetic and Orthographic Computer Analysis to evaluate product names. POCA Score will determine FDA’s approval of a pharmaceutical product’s name.
Topics: Biotechnology / Health Law, Distribution Agreements / Distributors / Sales Representatives,
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In this article, the author discusses the US Treasury Department’s opening of the myRA (my Retirement Account) program to employers and employees. While certain employers will formally participate in a pilot initiative, the myRA program appears open to any employer that will accommodate payroll direct deposit for Roth IRA-eligible employees who open an account.
Topics: Employee Benefits / Retirement Schemes / Welfare Benefits,
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