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Is America’s Favorite Pastime Wreaking Havoc on Productivity?

Oct 30, 2014No Comments17 Views

With the growing popularity of fantasy leagues, America's favorite pastime, football, is a full-time occupation that is no longer reserved for Sundays. Managing players and

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Is the President Liable for Trademark Infringement?

Oct 27, 2014No Comments60 Views

A Kentucky company recently filed a lawsuit alleging that the Obama Administration is liable for trademark infringement. The dispute centers on the Department of Treasury’s

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Is America’s Favorite Pastime Wreaking Havoc on Productivity?

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Is America’s Favorite Pastime Wreaking Havoc on Productivity?

Oct 30, 2014No Comments17 Views

With the growing popularity of fantasy leagues, America's favorite pastime, football, is a full-time occupation that is no longer reserved for Sundays. Managing players and

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Voting Leave: Are Employers Required to Grant Employees Time Off to Cast Their Ballots?

Oct 29, 2014No Comments67 Views

Election Day is Tuesday, November 4, 2014. While most employees are able to cast their ballots outside of their working hours, some may need to

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Driverless Cars: Balancing the Risks vs. the Rewards

Oct 28, 2014No Comments61 Views

Audi recently made headlines when its driverless car reached speeds of nearly 150 miles per hour. Google also unveiled its latest iteration of the self-driving

Is the President Liable for Trademark Infringement?

Oct 27, 2014No Comments60 Views

A Kentucky company recently filed a lawsuit alleging that the Obama Administration is liable for trademark infringement. The dispute centers on the Department of Treasury’s

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Is Telecommuting Good for Your New Jersey Business?

Oct 24, 2014No Comments56 Views

New research suggests that allowing employees to work from home could actually lead to better performance. But is your New Jersey business ready to abandon

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Ebola Catching Attention of Business and Legal Community

Oct 23, 2014No Comments126 Views

While widespread Ebola threats in the business and legal community may never materialize, the virus is having a real impact on the commodities market. As