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The FCC issued a forfeiture order to a television licensee for failing to keep its online public inspection file up to date and for not responding to its letters of inquiry.
While much of the world is finally getting a handle on the .com, .net and .org domains, we are on the brink of an explosion of hundreds of new generic top-level domains.
The free-trade zone initiative is intended to be a pilot programme to provide a blueprint of how China will reform its economic structure.
With the rapid growth in Chinese media services and increased awareness of legal rights among the Chinese, defamation litigation in China is on the rise.
Copyright litigation update: copyright register has ‘right to weigh in’ before registration is invalidated
The 7th Circuit has held that a district court had committed legal error in invalidating a copyright registration without first consulting the Register of Copyrights.
Section 409A applies to nonqualified deferred compensation that an employee or other service provider earns or has a legally binding right to receive in one tax year, but is not payable until a later tax year...
China is one of the world’s largest markets for internet use.
Informal business often have agreements that are partly oral, partly written, and in various forms. This can lead to difficulties should the contractual relations break down and result in litigation.
This alert provides guidance on what private contracting parties affected by the US shutdown should consider.
Two key features of the JOBS Act, when combined with certain advantages enjoyed by issuers in Rule 506 offerings, will open up a new category of ‘publicly offered private offerings’.
On 11 July 2013, Connecticut governor Dannel Malloy signed into law Senate Bill 911, which amends the state’s Money Transmission Act to remove the explicit exemption from licensure.
This market entry brief covers some essential issues companies should consider and be aware of as they prepare to enter the US market.
The new test set out in MedImmune v Genentech continues to have a profound impact on trademark cases, explain Bobby Ghajar and Carolyn Toto.
The pay ratio disclosure would be required in all filings that require disclosure of executive compensation matters under Item 402 of Regulation S-K.
The next quarterly issues/programs list must be placed in stations’ public inspection files by 10 October, reflecting information for the months of July, August, and September 2013.
The next Children’s Television Programming Report must be filed with the FCC and placed in stations’ public inspection files by 10 October, 2013...
New FCC regulations to take effect regarding telemarketing robocalls: all businesses marketing by telephone or text must prepare
On 16 October 2013, revised rules adding further restrictions on telemarketing ‘robocalls’ (telemarketing calls or texts that are auto-dialled or pre-recorded) take effect.
This Pillsbury client alert provides guidance on how a shutdown affects federal contractors and what they can do to prepare for and react to the shutdown.
The FCC issued a notice of apparent liability for forfeiture in the amount of $20,000 to an Alaskan telecommunications company for tower lighting violations.