Tag Archives: Policies

Supreme Court of the United States Issues Opinion on Beneficiary Designations of Divorce Spouse's Life Insurance Policies

Today, the Supreme Court of the United States issued an opinion regarding a Minnesota state statute that retroactively revokes designations of spouses of beneficiaries of life insurance policies upon divorce.  You can read the full opinion:  Sveen et al v. … Continue reading

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SEC Guidance on Cybersecurity Disclosure and Policies – Recap of Dorsey Webinar Presentation

Earlier this week, Dorsey hosted a webinar panel presentation on the SEC’s recent guidance on cybersecurity disclosures and policies. The webinar provided a detailed walk-through of the SEC’s guidance, including issues related to enhanced disclosure, insider trading, and Reg FD policies. … Continue reading

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UPDATE: New York City Council Enacts Package of Legislation Aimed at Strengthening Anti-Sexual Harassment Policies

In case you missed our discussion in a March 20, 2018 post, the New York City Council introduced a series of bills last month targeting sexual harassment in the workplace — The Stop Sexual Harassment in NYC Act.  The City … Continue reading

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It’s High Time to Update Your Marijuana Policies

The legalization of recreational use of marijuana in several states, including California, has left many employment policies vague and confused. This article offers insights to questions every employer should be asking in light of legalization. California’s Rollout of Legal Marijuana … Continue reading

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Intellectual Property and the Red Planet: Formulating IP Policies Towards the Successful Colonization of Mars

Human colonization of the planet Mars is not a question of “if” but rather of “when,” or “how soon?” The challenges ahead are immense but so too are the perceived benefits. This article addresses an aspect that, thus far, has … Continue reading

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