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— By: David E. Restrepo The Internet of Things (IoT) is a term used to reference the ability of various everyday objects to connect to the internet through the transfer of data.[1]  It includes product…
posted on February 08, 2017
— When purchasing or leasing residential or commercial real estate the dimensions of the building are an important aspect. Can you rely on the information provided by the seller or real estate agent? It…
posted on February 03, 2017
— Creditors are entitled to statutory (commercial) interest over the period a defaulter is too late making payments. In addition, a penalty for overdue payment may be included in the contract. Can a cre…
posted on February 03, 2017
— When can you dismiss an employee with immediate effect? How do you do this? And what happens if the employee challenges the dismissal? Termination of employment contract Employers can terminate employ…
posted on February 03, 2017
— By Thomas Schutte, LL.M. Russell Advocaten B.V. Amsterdam, Netherlands Companies are required to lay down activities with their sole shareholder in writing. Otherwise the sole shareholder risks that a…
posted on January 31, 2017
— Although the landowner owns the surface of his land, the landowner does not always own the rights to the underlying oil and gas.  What happens when the owner of the oil and gas decides to develop the…
posted on January 17, 2017
— By Adam Shafran, Esq. Class action waivers are becoming increasingly prevalent in employment contracts due to their ability to make it more difficult for employees to assert class action lawsuits agai…
posted on January 10, 2017
— As we reported to you on July 10, the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts rejected the argument that federal labor law preempted Massachusetts’ new Earned Sick Time Law, d…
posted on January 03, 2017
— As we approach the end of 2016, we thought it would be a good time to remind employers of the varying basic minimum hourly wage rates that will be in effect in 2017 in New England and New York. Connec…
posted on December 27, 2016
— Australian Courts often deal with cases involving commercial arrangements where foreign companies operating in Australia have arranged their corporate affairs, at least in part, to minimise paying tax…
posted on December 19, 2016

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