In May, Seyfarth attorneys Katherine Perrelli, Robert Milligan, and Dawn Mertineit participated in the ITechLaw 2019 World Technology Conference in Boston.

Seyfarth Partner Katherine Perrelli moderated the “Tech Transformation of Legal Services Delivery: Opportunities, Barriers, and Potential Solutions” session. The seesion focused on the current state of legal tech tools, as well as the opportunities

#17-3939 BioLoquitur Blog Image for Header R2Seyfarth’s Intellectual Property Practice Group is delighted to announce the launch of BioLoquitur on LexBlog. Seyfarth’s IP-life sciences attorneys created this blog as a single resource for executives and corporate in-house counsel seeking timely updates on recent developments, trends, tools, best practices, and discussions in the area of intellectual property—patent law, particularly in the

shutterstock_547628332In Spring 2011, the Georgia legislature passed a new restrictive covenant statute, which, for the first time, allowed Georgia courts in reviewing non-competition agreements between employer and employee to blue-pencil or “modify a covenant that is otherwise void and unenforceable so long as the modification does not render the covenant more restrictive with regard to

Please join us for the second in a series of planned webinars presented by members of our California Workplace Solutions group. In this webinar, we will present an overview of the growing list of privacy protections impacting California employers, with a particular emphasis on the most current developments as 2010 comes to a close. The Webinar will offer practical advice and best practices for recognizing and problem-solving a broad array of challenges posed by privacy rights in the California workplace.

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