Increasingly, almost every aspect of our lives, from paying bills to ordering takeout or holiday gifts is done online. The U.S. Copyright Office is catching up, and realizing the time is right to do away with paper registrations for DMCA agents, and shift to an...read more
Sticks and stones may break my bones but the Internet is forever: Does your social media policy help or hurt?
It has long been said that the pen is mightier than the sword. Record numbers of Americans are turning to the web when they have a problem to solve. Airline cancel a flight? Send a tweet at their customer service instantly. Looking for an affordable drycleaner in...read more
Philadelphia founding father Benjamin Franklin is attributed as having said “three may keep a secret if two of them are dead.” Without resorting to such drastic (and illegal) measures to protect your trade secrets, a new federal law will provide more remedies for...read more
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is speaking up because retaliation claims are on the rise. On January 21, 2016 – for the first time in 18 years – the EEOC announced proposed changes to its enforcement guidance concerning workplace retaliation claims....read more
The New Year has come and gone and like well-intentioned gym memberships, gift-related credit card bills and too many glasses of eggnog at holiday parties, the following items will haunt Philadelphia employers well into the New Year unless you take action! Action Item...read more