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    What Your Employees Download Can Cost You Protecting Against Copyright Infringement

    Liability for copyright infringement can be a very costly matter.  The scary part for businesses is that liability for copyright infringement can arise very easily and often without the knowledge or participation of management.  Something as simple as an employee downloading a report through an expired subscription it had access through by way of its […]

    Recent Cases Suggest Colleges and Universities Should Review Their Employee-On-Employee Sexual Harassment Policies

    Just this past month, another Title IX lawsuit was filed against Columbia University (“Columbia”). This time, however, it involved the sexual harassment of an untenured professor by her mentor, a tenured professor. Enrichetta Ravina is one of a handful of academics professionally analyzing how individuals handle their retirement savings. In 2008, she joined Columbia’s business […]