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Supreme Court to Decide When Copyright Owners May Sue

The Supreme Court’s October 2018 term is right around the corner, and one case will have a very practical impact on prospective copyright litigation.  In the Court’s only copyright case this term, Fourth Estate Public Benefit Corp. v. will settle the question of whether a plaintiff must have a valid copyright registration before filing an infringement suit or, instead, can merely have an application pending with the U.S. Copyright Office.

Oh, Baby! 40 years After the Pregnancy Discrimination Act and a Long Way to Go

This year marks the 40th anniversary of the passage of the Pregnancy Discrimination Act, which amended Title VII of the Civil Rights Act. This amendment made it illegal to fire women for becoming pregnant, to deny insurance coverage for pregnancy-related conditions, or to require women to take unpaid leave after becoming pregnant.

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Is Your Company Prepared to Handle a Data Security Incident? An Incident Response Plan Is An Essential Element For A Timely And Proper Response

Does your company have an incident response plan in place in case of a cyberattack or data breach? Companies that do not understand the gravity of these events should take heed of this statistic: 90 percent of businesses that lose data due to a security incident shut down within two years, according to The Ponemon Institute.



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