As a business owner, you have to trust your employees with your intellectual property (IP) for them to do their jobs. Nondisclosure agreements (NDAs) can outline what information the people who work for you are required to keep confidential. They can also help you take legal action against anyone who fails to protect your IP.
Safety experts and advertisers are sometimes at odds when it comes to the use of billboards along the road. This is especially true with newer, digital billboards.
You've taken a multitude of steps to protect your company's intellectual property (IP). You have nondisclosure agreements in place. You've trained your employees on the risks of disclosing information to those not authorized to have it. However, your IP could still be at risk of theft by cybercriminals continue to target intellectual property.
Missouri has long been the venue of choice for business litigation with a lot of money at stake -- even when the litigants have no connection to the state. Missouri lawmakers are trying to put an end to that.
When they're asked about texting while driving, most people say they know it's dangerous. In one survey, over 90 percent of people acknowledged that. However, many people do it nonetheless.
Plaintiffs in a medical malpractice case against a Missouri medical facility prevailed in one legal battle recently -- the release of patient outcome data that the facility was fighting to keep from being released. The case involves the Mizzou BioJoint Center at the University of Missouri (MU).
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) is now offering a new mobile app that provides a simple way to search for product recalls on a smartphone or other mobile device.