Posts tagged “TechLaw”
The Securities and Exchange Commission (the "SEC") took steps to "update and modernize how companies can raise money from investors through intrastate and small offerings." These changes should make it easier for more companies to use NC PACES to raise capital.
T-Mobile US has agreed to pay $48 million to settle FCC charges that it did not adequately disclose its unlimited data plan restrictions. T-Moble also agreed to update its customer disclosures.A large part of the fine, $35.5 million, will fund a consumer benefit program.
Guest opinion: The recently launched #CancerMoonshot coupled with a new patent office initiative will likely benefit the Triangle. says Ward and Smith, P.A. Attorney Dr. Jeff Childers. He expects a boost will come for cancer immunotherapy patent applications.
Tech powerhouses such as Google, Apple and IBM expressed their opposition to North Carolina's HB2 quickly and forcefully, but as a Triangle entrepreneur put it, "discrimination like this hurts businesses of all sizes."
Fitbit, the wearables company, has filed a counterclaim to the lawsuit Raleigh sensor technology developer Valencll filed in January. The Valenscell suit alleged that fitbit infringed on four of its patents.
While the government may have the right to compel Apple to help the FBI obtain data from a terrorist's iPhone, Campbell University law professor Kevin Lee calls the case "chilling" and fraught with implications.
Medfusion says it has settled its multi-million lawsuit with Allscripts in a legal fight around whether Allscripts paid all the money due the Cary firm under a services contract. But which company prevailed? A top Triangle tech attorney offers his insight - and some lessons.
TechLaw: Are you planning to give a drone as a Christmas or holiday gift? If so, you may want to include a note with the gift informing the recipient of the need to register with the federal government before the first flight.
The sticks and stones of Internet libel: What legal recourse do you have if an anonymous Internet poster defames your business?
TechLaw: Negative and untrue comments about your business may be posted on the Internet without attribution. Here's what you need to know if you are considering legal action against the anonymous Internet posters.
TechLaw: A company may be the owner of an employee's residence, vehicle, cellular phone, and it may also pay other personal expenses so that the employee has a minimum level of income for income tax purposes. But these payments may still be considered income to that employee when the court calculates the employee's child support obligations.
TechLaw: Are you looking for an investment that produces reasonable cash flows with relatively little active involvement? For many investors, the advantages of investing in real estate associated with a "Triple Net Lease" or "NNN lease" are appealing.
The new North Carolina Data Centers Act, signed into law Wednesday morning extends the tax benefits available to single owners such as Google, Apple or Amazon to multi-tenant facilities where combined investment reaches $75 million.
Atlantic Coast Pipeline has formally applied to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission for permission to build a 564-mile interstate natural gas transmission pipeline. Duke Energy and Piedmont Natural Gas are among the four companies that will build and own the pipeline research says would save energy costs and create jobs.
North Carolina in the top ten among states viewed as having a favorable litigation environment, coming in at number 7, according to a survey by the U.S. Chamber Institute for Legal Reform. The state's ranking is up from number 13 previously.,