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While the America Invents Act (AIA) was enacted last September, attorneys that practice in this area are still sorting through the changes to the patent system that stem from the enactment.Patent Reform has been a long time coming, with years of effort in Congress finally culminating in the AIA. Although significantly narrower in scope than its unenacted predecessors, the AIA makes a number of important changes to the patent system. Read what Eric Bensen, intellectual property lawyer and LexisNexis author has written about changes brought about by the Act. Bensen is the co-author of Milgrim on Trade Secrets®, Milgrim on Licensing, Patent Licensing Transactions and Bensen & Myers on Litigation Management, all significant publications in the LexisNexis® Matthew Bender® intellectual property collection. For the complete IP listing, go here.
If you practice in this area, or advise your company on workers’ comp issues, you'll want to review the blog posts that recently appeared on the "Work Comp Roundup" at the LexisNexis® Workers' Compensation Law Community. Ten experts share insights from their various perspectives, including viewpoints from an industry CEO, an industry magazine editor and VP of a managed care operation, among others. Read blog
Protecting against breaches in data security and knowing how to respond in the event of a breach are critical for nearly any entity, and their counsel. Data breach notification requirements vary from state to state, and should a breach occur, responding can become a major expense, even for the largest companies. Read more from David Bender, author of Computer Law: A Guide to Cyberlaw and Data Privacy Law and the recently published Bender on Privacy and Data Protection.
In the last few years, the U.S. government has radically stepped up enforcement of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA). Record fines, criminal penalties and targeting individual violators within a business are designed to get multi-national companies' attention and inspire compliance with the anti-bribery law. Read the Full ArticleAdditionally, LexisNexis provides a number of popular lawbooks covering this important topic, including Volume 11 of Business Law Monographs—Complying with the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act by Roger Witten.
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New state immigration legislation taking effect this year reflects the nation's ongoing concerns in this volatile area. If you practice in Alabama, Georgia or California, among other jurisdictions where laws have been enacted or will soon go into effect, you'll want to take a closer look at what's new. Read more
Educating the Digital Lawyer
Applying technology wisely and truly becoming a digital lawyer stands to enhance any practice. Technology is impacting everything a lawyer does—from research to litigation. And there are risks that must be understood in making a technological shift. Further, making this shift must begin with how we educate young lawyers. Read what LexisNexis author Oliver R. Goodenough has to say on this important topic. His complimentary eBook download is available here.
Global Immigration Business Practice Guide
Written and edited by a global team of expert attorney members of the Alliance of Business Immigration Lawyers (ABIL), this soon-to-be-available guide provides an overview of the immigration law requirements and procedures for more than 20 countries. Pre-order today and save 20%. U.S. Customers CALL 800.223.1940 toll-free (mention code ABIL20); International Customers EMAIL Nicole Hahn.
LexisNexis continually introduces new content in electronic format, covering jurisdictions such as California, New York, Florida and Ohio, and practice areas including bankruptcy, criminal law and litigation, just to name a few. Our collection of eBooks has grown to over 1,100 titles, and is compatible with dedicated e-reader devices or personal computers, tablet devices and smartphones that use e-reader software or applications. Test-drive an eBook today by downloading a FREE sample.
Karl Holtzschue, author of LexisNexis® AnswerGuide™ New York Real Property and New York State Bar Association Real Property Law Section was recently awarded the New York State Bar Association Real Property Law Section Professionalism Award for his contribution of time and talent to New York real estate lawyers. Read more
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