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United States: Who Owns The Copyright In The Photograph That Launched A Thousand Pleadings? - Foley Hoag LLP

Over a decade ago, a lawyer snapped a photograph of the Indianapolis skyline, thus opening the gates to perhaps the most prolific flood of copyright litigation in the history of Indiana.

Canada: Commercial Certainty Trumps Commercial Reality: B.C. Appeal Court Decides Receivers Must Give Written Notice Under Purchase & Sale Contract in KPMG Inc. v. 0747825 B.C. Ltd. - McInnes Cooper

If the contract requires written notice, then give written notice.

United States: It's Ten O'clock: Do You Know Where Your Software Developers Are? - Smith Gambrell & Russell LLP

Does your company develop software that gives you an edge over your competitors?

United States: Watch Out: Workplace Smells, ADA Disability, Telecommuting, And An EEOC Lawsuit - Seyfarth Shaw LLP

According to the EEOC in this just filed lawsuit, a home care services provider in North Carolina violated federal disability rights law when it rejected telecommuting requests from an employee whose..

United States: US Congress Passes Wide-Ranging New Sanctions On Russia, Iran And North Korea - Clyde & Co

On July 27, 2017, the US Congress passed the Countering America's Adversaries Through Sanctions Act (CAATSA)

United States: Attempting To Avoid The High Cost Of A Reported HIPAA Breach - Dickinson Wright PLLC

Preventing unintended or unauthorized disclosure of protected health information is an ever-present goal of all covered entities and business associates.

United States: Governor Baker Signs The Pregnant Workers Fairness Act - The McLane Law Firm

Last week, Governor Baker signed the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act into law, which guarantees greater protections for pregnant women and nursing mothers in the workplace.

Turkey: Amazon Decision And E-Book Commitments - Erdem & Erdem Law

The usage of e-books increases every day. Moreover, the discussion has ensued as to whether e-books will replace printed books, and make the latter "vintage." The future will reveal the answer soon.

United States: TTAB Test: Is THE CANNIBAL For Beer Confusable With THE CANNIBAL For Restaurant Services? - Wolf, Greenfield & Sacks, P.C.

The USPTO refused registration of THE CANNIBAL for beer, finding a likelihood of confusion with the identical mark registered for "Restaurant services; Restaurant services, namely, providing of food..

United States: House Republican Staff Say CFPB Director Cordray Could Be In Contempt Of Congress - Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP

Republican staff of the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Financial Services released a report that lays out a case for instituting contempt of Congress proceedings against CFPB Director..

UK: Lord Chief Justice Of England And Wales Gives Thoughts On Development Of Law For Digital Businesses - K&L Gates

In a recent speech, the most senior judge in England and Wales has spoken about the need to keep English law up to date so that it remains the law of choice for digital ways of doing business.

Russian Federation: New Administrative Rules And Sanctions For Privacy Violations In Russia - Gorodissky & Partners

In Russia, the definition of "personal data" is rather broad. More specifically, any information (directly or indirectly) related to an identified or identifiable individual is considered to be..

Qatar: Qatar's Quiet Summer Months - K&L Gates

We are currently witnessing the annual Gulf summer slowdown as locals and expats travel during their annual leave.

Uruguay: The BCU Now Requires The Registration Of Ultimate Beneficiaries And Holders Of Registered Shares - TMF Group

Uruguayan Law 19484 requires resident (and some non-resident) entities to identify and inform their ultimate beneficiaries and holders of equity and nominative shares.

Canada: Court Clarifies The Scope Of Responsibilities In A Bankruptcy When There Is A Receiver And An Unauthorized Trustee Active At The Same Time - Borden Ladner Gervais LLP

In Royal Bank of Canada v. Casselman, three motions were brought before the Court.

UK: The Pension Protection Fund - Pensions In 30 Podcasts, Episode 15 - Gowling WLG

We're now at the halfway mark of Pensions in 30 Podcasts and episode 15 provides an overview of the Pensions Protection Fund (PPF).

United States: Paying The Piper? More Than 30,000 Teamsters To Vote On Pension Cuts - Barnes & Thornburg

Multi-employer pension funds around the country continue to face mounting difficulties, as the recession in 2008 accelerated the financial freefall of many of the plans.

UK: UK Employers At Risk After Tribunal Fees Quashed - ICSA

A British court ruling against employment tribunal fees has raised fears that businesses, mediators and the courts could face a greater burden of cases irrespective of their employment practices.

UK: MAC To Examine The Role EU Nationals Play In The UK - Dentons

MAC is the government's independent advisers on migration.

United States: July 2017 Protest Roundup - Morrison & Foerster LLP

In July 2017, the Government Accountability Office (GAO) and the U.S. Court of Federal Claims issued decisions covering a number of issues.

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