President Trump’s administration has taken a hard stance against counterfeiting, imposing hefty tariffs on what it says is China’s widespread intellectual property theft. Historically, China has been a haven for counterfeiting. Recently, China and the United States prepared to battle it out in a trade war that began long ago but escalated when the U.S.
Women, Influence & Power in Law (WIPL) – A Corporate Counsel Event comes to Washington, D.C. on October 4th, 2018. The 2-day event held at the Renaissance Washington, DC Downtown Hotel offers the opportunity to enjoy an unprecedented exchange with women serving as in-house and outside counsel. This event is the original global forum facilitating
California attorneys always need to be on top of changes in their education requirements and the law. For 2018, there’s plenty of new information to keep an eye on. Unprecedented and radical shifts are on the horizon and already here. As you prepare to meet your California MCLE obligations during 2018, watch for changing ways
The New Year is always full of new beginnings, renewed commitments, and fresh promises. In the legislative bodies, it’s also when new laws tend to take effect. This year is no exception, as 2018 has brought new laws that will affect Californians in a variety of areas. Several of these laws are highly controversial and