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The Thriving Business of German Board Games

In the digital era where videogames are a multibillion dollar industry board games have surprisingly kept pace. Between Spring 2016 and Spring 2017, U.S. sales of board games grew by 28% and revenues are expected to rise at a similar rate into the early 2020s. Much of this growth

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Donald Trump at the World Economic Forum

In January, President Donald Trump visited Davos, Switzerland,and gave a pro-growth, pro-America message at the World Economic Forum where he met with the heads of some of the biggest multinational companies in the world. The business leaders represent some of the largest companies in Europe across multiple sectors of the economy, from financial services

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And don’t forget – you need your real ID for traveling in the USA!

You may have noticed new TSA signs at the airport recently. It reads “starting January 22, 2018, you will need a driver’s license or ID form a state compliant with the REAL ID Act, astate that has extension for compliance, or an alternate ID to fly.” What does that even

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“Google” is not Generic

The case involved whether a trademark owner should lose rights in instances when the trademark is frequently used as a verb such as in the phrase “Google it.” The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals found that “googled” may have become synonymous for Internet searching, but that does not mean that

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Trump Sparks Controversy with Talks of Ending Diversity Visa Program

On November 1, 2017 President Donald Trump called upon Congress to end the United States’ diversity green card lottery in response to a terror attack in New York City which left 8 people dead and 12 others seriously injured. The perpetrator, Sayfullo Saipov, 29, was identified as an immigrant

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Wage-Fixing, No-Poaching Agreements to be Prosecuted Criminally under new Antitrust Guidance

On October 20, 2016, the Department of Justice’s Antitrust Division (Antitrust Division) and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) jointly released important Guidance aimed at informing human resource professionals (and others involved in hiring and compensation decisions) on the topic of how the antitrust laws apply to the field of employment. The DOJ and FTC announced

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Don’t forgot – you need your real ID for traveling in the USA!

You may have noticed new TSA signs at the airport recently. It reads “starting January 22, 2018, you will need a driver’s license or ID form a state compliant with the REAL ID Act, astate that has extension for compliance, or an alternate ID to fly.” What

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Interesting take on “international office”

While not the central theme of this attached article, it does strike me as odd that they are promoting Terminal (a hybrid app development/engineering labor platform) as opening an “international office.”  Terminal focuses on providing lower cost skilled labor for select app developers and designers.  Essentially this

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