UPDATE: We’re happy to report this post made the Texas Bar Today’s list of the Top 10 blog posts of the week. An organization that has or uses intellectual property (IP), or is considering investing in a company that does so, should honestly asses its capability in five competency areas, in order to improve the [...]
You might think that good cybersecurity is expensive, and you would probably be correct – unless you can be smart about your efforts. Kelce Wilson Some good news here is that you can slash your likelihood of being hacked by following some simple ideas that should be free in most situations. There may [...]
In swift response to the widespread destruction and disorder caused by Hurricane Harvey and Irma, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is offering both regulatory relief and enforcement warnings.
Like it or not, an employer cannot control all employee communications, but employers have a right to protect their businesses. Incorporating a clear, concise, and specific social media policy into your Employee Handbook is a good place to start.
On May 25, 2018, the new European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) takes effect. This makes significant changes to privacy and cybersecurity requirements applicable to companies that collect, process, or store any personally identifiable information of European Union (EU) citizens and residents – even if the processing and storage is done outside EU borders.
Wei Wei Jeang has been named to the 2018 list of The Best Lawyers in America for her work in patent law. This is the third consecutive year she has been recognized by Best Lawyers, one of the nation’s premier guides to the country’s top lawyers.
More Foreign Direct Investment Means Managing More Cross-Border Disputes — and More Focus on Forum Selection: A Texas Supreme Court Forum Selection Clause Update
With an influx of investment comes the many contracts required to paper the deals. And with those contracts comes the critical decision for how to resolve disputes if and when they arise.
Kelce Wilson came to patent law by way of the U.S. military, where he tested defense systems for weaknesses that could be exploited by foreign actors. In a recent interview, Kelce talked to us about his experience, defending against cyberattacks, and what drew him to Grable Martin Fulton PLLC.
UPDATE: We're happy to report this post made the Texas Bar Today's list of the Top 10 blog posts of the week. A recent change by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission gives more companies the ability to submit some SEC filings privately – possibly reducing the risk of market-moving speculation and rumors. Sam [...]
C-suite executives in tech and non-tech companies alike have been frantically calling on their in-house immigration experts in recent weeks, attempting to unpack the array of immigration changes that have made headlines and left companies worried about disruptions, both to their businesses and to their employees’ lives.