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By Marcus Barry

 

Currently, there is a great deal of unknown surrounding software patents and rejections of software patents under § 101 patentable subject matter.  Since the decision in Alice, legal professionals are scrambling to understand what is meant to be patent eligible for software applications.  Enfish v. Microsoft is the continuation from the Federal Circuit to help

On December 1st, the Final Rule issued by the Department of Labor (DOL) updating the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA or Act) was set to go into effect.[1] The main revisions to the Act focus on highly compensated employees and the “white collar exemptions.” These changes originated from President Obama’s objective of modernizing and simplifying the FLSA

Make no mistake, life is precious. Many wish to live a long, full life surrounded by friends and family. Some are not as fortunate. Although death is inevitable, what is it about this concept that makes it so scary? Perhaps it’s fear of the unknown. Maybe it’s rooted in religious beliefs or the possibility of experiencing pain and suffering. Maybe

By Shani Walker.

 

The music world was shocked when a Los Angeles jury ruled against Robin Thicke, Pharrell Williams, T.I. (aka Clifford Harris Jr.), over their rendition Blurred Lines which noticeably resembled Marvin Gaye’s 1977 hit “Got to Give it Up.” The legal saga begun in August 2013, after Thicke, Williams and Harris preemptively sued the Gaye estate and