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Dorsey – Employers Beware: Recent Developments in Employee No-Poaching Agreements

No poaching agreements among employers continue to make antitrust news, and employers and their HR professionals need to take note.

Dorsey – Employers Who File EEO-1 Reports Must Provide Pay Data to EEOC by September 30

The EEO-1 is a compliance survey that requires company employment data to be categorized by race or ethnicity, gender, and job category.  

Dorsey eUpdate: Supreme Court Grants Review of Three Title VII Cases Concerning Protections for LGBTQ Workers

Employers should closely monitor these cases because the justices’ rulings could have major implications for employers nationwide.

California Consumer Privacy Act Overview from Dorsey & Whitney

New privacy law governing collection, use, and sharing of personal information from California residents that includes massive financial risk for non-compliance.

5 Keys To Mitigating New Venture Tax And Legal Issues

Consider vetting attorneys early on before you need one to find counsel that understands your type of business. This way you will have an established relationship with an attorney you trust when the time comes to get help.

The Missoula law office of Dorsey & Whitney behind Montana’s biggest tech deal – and other startups

Dorsey is also supportive of entrepreneurial startups in Montana and will sometimes help aspiring entrepreneurs with a free initial consultation and other resources.

You’re Invited: Dorsey’s IP Webinar Series: UK and Continental European M&A of IP Rich Companies (2/27)

During this interactive dialogue webinar, learn some of the tools and tips for dealing with acquisitions of European based IP companies.

Dorsey & Whitney – New USPTO Guidance to Improve Predictability and Consistency in Subject Matter Eligibility Determinations

New guidance for the application of Section 112 to computer-implemented inventions

Dorsey & Whitney – Brexit: The UK Government Issues Guidelines on the Future of Intellectual Property Laws in the Event of a ‘No Deal’ Brexit

This guidance covers four key areas, trade marks and designs, patents, copyright and exhaustion of IP rights.

Dorsey Whitney – What Can We Make of the New Revised Draft of the Directive on Copyright in the Digital Market?

These issues will spark much debate in the months to come, particularly surrounding the likely impact of these reforms on the way content is shared, used, disseminated and published on the internet.