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In biology, symbiosis refers to the interaction between two different organisms, often benefiting both. It is the coexistence through the capacity to acquire greater advantage without diminishment and harm to the other, which then allows for the balance of nature to occur. In other contexts, in differing circumstances or changed environments, perhaps the relationship and the interaction would alter, and the evolutionary forces of nature would impel each to become... Read More
Many judges believe that the most accurate barometer of how a child is doing is his or her school records. After all, the child goes to school most days of the week. The opinions of the teachers often reflect an unbiased opinion as to the well being of the child. To continue reading, visit the Family Law Blog at www.hatcherlawgroup.com.... Read More
The denial comes in the mail; it is a further delay, a negation of prior efforts; for many, it undermines and constitutes a condemnation of sorts, and a refusal of an affirmation sought in places and from people where none is offered. It is, after all, another piece of correspondence which negates the negative: the medical condition itself and the loss of one's ability to perform one or more of the essential elements of one's job, represented the first foundation of... Read More
An association is frequently established as a way of pooling the strengths of individuals to form a strong special interest group. Legal and fiscal aspects must be observed when establishing an association.
GRP Rainer Lawyers and Tax Advisors in Cologne, Berlin, Bonn, D??sseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Munich, Stuttgart and London - www.grprainer.com/en conclude: Associations are often established in order to successfully represent and enforce common interests. In an... Read More
Do. Or do not. There is no try.
When he uttered those famous words, Yoda could have been
speaking about non-disclosure agreements. As a Southern California federal
court recently confirmed, talking about confidentiality and discussing the need
for an NDA may not be sufficient to protect your information, especially if
you’ve already disclosed it. If you want to ensure trade secret
... Read More
A recent New York State tax bulletin offers a valuable
reminder that many states consider software as a service (“SaaS”) and other
cloud services charges to be “sales” revenues subject to state sales tax.
Earlier this month, New York’s Department of Taxation and
Finance issued Tax Bulletin ST-128, titled “Computer Software.” For the most
part, TB-ST-128 is unremarkable. As is... Read More
“Suggested search defamation,” or “autocomplete defamation,”
lawsuits have overcome legal hurdles in at least a half-dozen other countries.
Is it a matter of time before we see one—and maybe a successful one—in the
United States? Or would the Communication Decency Act effectively immunize a
search engine from suggested search defamation liability?
Suggested search terms are those... Read More