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Fraud Facts: Extreme couponing or coupon fraud?


Whether you regularly cut coupons from the Sunday paper or search for promotional codes while doing online shopping, coupons can be a great way to provide consumers with a discount on various grocery, clothing and personal care items. With several ...

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IP Frontiers: The patent pendulum swings

Philip E. Hansen

The start of a new year provides the opportunity for a highly subjective retrospective on 35 years of patent law — where we’ve been and where we might be going. Supreme Court Justice Abe Fortas (1965-1969) was reputed to have ...

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Money Management: Recession doesn’t appear imminent: here’s what to watch for


When evaluating the health of the economy, there are both leading and lagging economic indicators to consider. Leading indicators are those that change prior to an economic adjustment and can be used as a predictor of future trends. Lagging indicators ...

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HR Connection: Has the Third Circuit redefined “reasonable?”


As 2019 begins to unfurl, I find myself wondering what the “hot” issues will be for my clients. I’m confident #MeToo will continue to impact both the reporting of sexual harassment as well as the ways in which employers address ...

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Legal Loop: Louisiana court: online anonymity doesn’t shield lawyers from ethical obligations

Office water coolers used to be gathering places where people discussed current events and caught up on office gossip. But, like many other time-honored traditions, even water-cooler conversations have been affected by technology. Certainly these in-office discussions still occur, but ...

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