March 25, 2015


A car dealership couldn’t be held liable in court for a salesman who sexually assaulted a customer, according to the Texas Court of Appeals.


The customer had brought her car in for service and was waiting for a shuttle bus to take her home. The salesman offered to dri...

March 18, 2015


If you sign a licensing agreement to sell someone else’s products, but that person already has an exclusive license with a third party to sell the same products, you could be legally on the hook.


That’s a lesson that J.C. Penney learned the hard way, after it signed a...

March 11, 2015


If you lease a store or other business and someone trips and falls outside the building, are you legally responsible?


That often depends on what’s in your lease – so this is something you may want to think carefully about when you negotiate.


This issue came up recentl...

March 4, 2015

You can’t obtain a patent for taking some ordinary process in the real world and coming up with a computer program that makes it easier, according to the U.S. Supreme Court.


The decision is important because many companies have been trying to patent their apps and othe...

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