This article was originally featured on the Truman National Security Project’s Doctrine Blog on April 26, 2017. If you get frustrated… Read more Access Denied! Why You Should Care about Net Neutrality
Guest post by Jason Miller. Texting Dominos a pizza emoji and a deliveryman showing up at you door “30 minutes”… Read more Conversational Commerce: Are You Ready?
I have accepted a position that will not allow me to write in 2016. However, I want to continue to… Read more Accepting Guest Blog Posts
Guest post by Mr. Leon Silver. Leon Silver, National Practice Group leader of Gordon & Rees’ Retail & Hospitality Practice… Read more The Future of the Internet of Things: Utopia or Disaster?
Yesterday, a website that looked exactly like Bloomberg posted “news” that there was a $31 billion buyout offer for Twitter. Ummm… Read more New gTLDs Causing Trouble for Twitter
It is extremely important for companies to protect their intellectual property. Developing a comprehensive intellectual property plan is essential to protecting… Read more Should You Trademark Your Website?
IdentityTheft.gov is designed to help victims of identity theft manage the process of recovery. The site addresses what first steps… Read more Quick Tip: “IdentifyTheft.gov” A Resource for Victims of ID Theft
This article was originally published in the Spring 2015 issue of the Virginia Bar Association YLC Docket Call. The ever-evolving technological… Read more Recent Virginia Case Carries Major Implications for Fingerprint Passcodes and Self-Incrimination
Co-founder disputes are common in the business world, whether in television production, restaurants, real estate,or tech start-ups. With the staggering… Read more Quick Tip: Sign A Pre-Nup With Your Business Partner
Cuba is now an open market for US businesses. President Obama announced in December 2014 that US is taking steps… Read more Quick Tip: Trademark Protection In Cuba