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Challenges of patenting COVID-19 technologies


Strong patents are the foundation of any valuable patent portfolio, as they will provide products with a competitive edge against competitors. In today’s pandemic climate, companies and universities are devoting significant resources to finding a treatment for COVID-19 and are ...

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Financial reporting warning signs: take action or else


The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s recent settlement with Belden Inc. raises numerous lessons for legal counsel who represent public registrants, including the importance of adequately addressing internal control issues raised by acquisition due diligence procedures, assessing the pros and ...

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Protecting trade secrets when working remotely


Trade secrets form an important part of any business’s intellectual property. A broad swath of information, from technical aspects of a product or service to pricing structures, market analyses, business strategies and customer lists can qualify for protection. Any information ...

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Leave of absence obligations and the pandemic


Massachusetts employers have faced numerous challenges in the past year with the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite swift development of promising vaccines, the pandemic continues unabated, leaving many employers to confront pressing employee absence issues while navigating new employment leave laws. Naturally, ...

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