Doing business today!

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Doing business today is fraught with legal complexities involving everything from the tax code to issues dealing with intellectual property. From the CEO, to every manager with decision making duties, business executives are paying closer and closer attention to regulatory and legal fine print these days, since the risk of inadvertent violation could be the… Read more »

Recognizing World AIDS Day

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On World AIDS Day 2012, the Department of Justice is proud to reaffirm its ongoing commitment to protect – and advance – the rights of people living with HIV and AIDS.  And – in accordance with the objectives outlined by President Obama in the landmark National HIV/AIDS Strategy, we are working harder than ever to… Read more »

The Fight to End to Human Trafficking Continues

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Deputy Attorney General James Cole met with Jada Pinkett Smith last week to discuss the department’s extensive efforts to end human trafficking.  Ms. Pinkett Smith founded the organization, Don’t Sell Bodies, to raise awareness about this global epidemic and advocate for victims of trafficking. Excerpt from: The Fight to End to Human Trafficking Continues

Important information regarding our website

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During the Thanksgiving weekend, we will be offline at times, while we are making upgrades to the website, so you may experience intermittent outages during this time.  We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, but we are continuing to make improvements to the site. Have a Happy Thanksgiving! Continued here: Important information regarding our… Read more »

Gaining employment after a crime/criminal record

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Gaining employment after a crime/criminal record by Criminal Law Contributor. According to the following information from ESR news, “Employers are more and more aware of the importance of knowing if an applicant has a criminal record. Employers also have a legal duty to make reasonable inquiries about who they hire. They need to provide a safe… Read more »

New Network Takes Aim at Cyber Threats to National Security

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Amidst a continuing increase in national security-related cyber attacks and intrusions targeting America, the National Security Division (NSD), in partnership with the Criminal Division’s Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section (CCIPS) and U.S. Attorney’s Offices across the country, last week launched a new, nationwide program focused on combating cyber-based terrorism and state sponsored computer intrusions…. Read more »

Standard Setting and Competition

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In remarks presented today at a meeting of the Intellectual Property Rights Patent Committee of the American National Standards Institute in Washington, D.C., Deputy Assistant Attorney General Renata Hesse of the Department of Justice’s Antitrust Division said: “Standards are an important engine driving our modern economy and the Antitrust Division is working to promote the… Read more »

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