As a SaaS founder, your company’s intellectual property (IP) is one of its most valuable assets, but do you know how to protect it? IP includes everything from the name of your company to the software that powers your SaaS. Ensuring that you take steps to protect your IP is critical to safeguarding your hard […]
Two New Independent Directors Enhance Extensive Insurance, Finance, Data Privacy and Security, Legal, and Governance Expertise on the Board To File Preliminary Proxy Statement That Includes Proposals to Further Enhance Shareholder Rights BOSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Safety Insurance Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: SAFT) (“Safety” or the “Company”) announced today the appointments of John D. Farina and Deborah E. Gray […]
Trying to rip off a casino is one of the worst ideas a thief can undertake. But that hasn’t stopped Shaun Benward, a 35-year-old Mississippi resident who has continually tried his hand at deceiving casinos in Pennsylvania. Why Pennsylvania remains as much a mystery as the man himself. The Daily Voice broke the news that […]
OLCC rules are complex and change frequently, so compliance can be challenging and violations occur frequently. Over the years, we’ve represented clients in administrative proceedings across the west coast, and each system has its own quirks. Here are a few things to keep in mind if you find yourself in the process. Focus on compliance
XRP price continues to slide steadily north following the $0.84 value area. Buyers are attempting to establish a demand zone near $0.80. Investors anticipate a reliable support area that can be a Launchpad for a bullish breakout. XRP price consolidates gains with limited price action. A positive breakout above the 200-EMA would bring $0.1 into
Czech file-sharing and hosting platform Ulož.to has millions of users. In addition to the site, some people use the official app on Android devices. However, following an allegation of widespread piracy, Google has decided to remove the application from the Play Store. Ulož believes the complaint is ungrounded and filed a counternotice to get the app restored.
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A new lawsuit filed in the Los Angeles County Superior Court on behalf of a current Activision Blizzard employee has raised fresh allegations of sexual harassment and gender discrimination at the publisher, also accusing it of retaliation after the employee publicly spoke out about her experiences at the company in December.
According to the lawsuit, as reported by Bloomberg Law, the employee - referred to only as Jane Doe - started work as a senior administrative assistant to executives in Activision Blizzard's IT department in 2017. It's claimed Doe was often pressured to drink alcohol at the company, was subjected to sexual comments about her appearance and clothing, was subjected unwelcome physical touching and attempts to kiss her, and that women were routinely made to participate in "cube crawls" where they experienced sexual comments and groping.
The company’s Nikeland metaverse proves a hit among Roblox players. Since the launch of Nikeland, a virtual world built by Nike inside the hit video game Roblox, the company has been visited by almost 7 million people from 224 countries. Here they could browse a digital store filled with Nike products and hang out with […]