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Sample non-compete agreement / non-solicit agreement language

Disclaimer: The information provided on this website does not, and is not intended to, constitute legal advice; instead, all information, content, and materials available on this site are for general …
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DC Non-Compete Ban – Enforcement Delayed

In 2020, the Washington, D.C. City Council recommended, and Congress passed, the Ban on Non-Compete Agreements Amendment Act of 2020 (the “Non-Compete Act”). The full text of the law is …
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Whoa… NIST does something that’s actually consumer/ business friendly?

Today the National Institute of Standards and Technology (“NIST”) announced that it’s seeking public comment on a voluntary labeling program for software with security features. The initiative is meant to …
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This does seem unduly complicated

As reported on Above the Law, a UK law firm is offering to sell certain non-fungible tokens (“NFTs”) on, which can be redeemed by the purchaser for an hour …
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Telemarketing rules for charities

Certain federal rules on charitable solicitations apply to charities and are enforced by the Telemarketing Sales Rule. Title 16 Chapter I Subchapter C Part 310 § 310.3   See the e-CFR for any updates …
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Phishing Happens!

Phishing happens! Disclaimer: This is not particularlized, foolproof IT advice. We do NOT recommend that you “DIY” your company’s information security systems. Things change too quickly. Nevertheless, I know that …
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Huge ($125.15M) jury verdict against Wal-Mart in disability discrimination case.

JURY AWARDS OVER $125 MILLION IN EEOC DISABILITY DISCRIMINATION CASE AGAINST WALMART From the EEOC’s office this morning, a disabled worker just won a massive jury verdict in a case …
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Arizona’s Data Breach Statute, Part 1/2.

Arizona’s data breach statute is divided into two sections of the relevant code. This is part 1/2. Link to 18-551. Definitions In this article, unless the context otherwise requires: 1 …
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Arizona’s data breach statute, Part 2/2.

Arizona’s data breach statute is divided into two sections of the relevant code. This is part 2/2. Section 18-552. Notification of security system breaches; requirements; enforcement; civil penalty; preemption; exceptions …
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Expiring Covid Executive Orders.

UPDATE June 14, 2021: JUST KIDDING! When this post was first published on June 9, 2021, we thought for sure that our dear Governor was putting things back to normal/before-times-status-quo …
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Illinois cannabis company sued in COVID-PPE-based wage and hour challenge brought by budtenders and others.

According to the press release on the website of one of the firms representing the plaintiffs in the case: The claims were filed on behalf of employees in Massachusetts, Arizona, …
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Truer words about HIPAA – #understatedFriday

This is a gem of an understatement, from Glenn Cohen at Harvard Law, as quoted recently in a great Washington Post article on the intersection between the Covid vaccine and …
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