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04/21/14

10 things you need to know about promotions and contests

Contests and sweepstakes are a great way to engage customers. They are fun, easy, and can have great reach on social media. But are you conducting them the right way?

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03/17/14

Why your website needs a good privacy policy

When designing a website or considering your website’s compliance with various federal and state laws, the question of whether a privacy policy is really necessary may arise. Certainly, most websites today have privacy policies, but they vary in scope, content, and protections for the website user and the website owner.

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02/24/14

Is open source software right for your company?

Open source software (OSS) is a great tool. It’s free. It saves time and money. It’s often secure and reliable. It fosters innovation and collaboration. However, OSS also comes with important restrictions — and many companies are not fully aware of them.

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01/27/14

When it comes to e-discovery, there’s no hiding in the cloud

As more and more businesses look to the cloud to address their IT/IS needs, new challenges in digital “document” management are created, including for e-discovery. E-discovery — that is, identifying and producing electronically stored information (ESI) that may be relevant to issues in a legal dispute — is an inevitable part of running almost any business in the digital age, and may become even more demanding with the rise of cloud computing.

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12/20/13

Patent trolls: A menace to business?

The controversy over “patent trolls,” which has been simmering for years, has finally heated up and caught the attention of state and federal legislators, attorneys general, and even President Obama. Patent trolls, or “patent assertion entities (PAEs),” are companies formed to purchase patents and then, without using them to produce any products, enforce the patents through licensing programs or litigation. PAEs are a type of non-practicing entity (NPE). The latter also can include universities or solo inventors that hold patents but do not produce or sell any products or services using their patented inventions.

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