Latest From Skadden

  • My House: What Rules? IP Implications of Augmented Reality Advertising
    New York Law Journal
    Stuart D. Levi, Miriam Furst

    With the market for augmented reality technology expected to exceed $50 billion within the next three to four years, partner Stuart Levi and associate Miriam Furst take a look at the intellectual property questions raised by AR advertising.

  • Employment Flash - March 2019
    Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP
    Karen L. Corman, David E. Schwartz, Helena J. Derbyshire, Philippe Despres, Risa M. Salins, Ulrich Ziegler, Anne E. Villanueva

    This edition of Employment Flash looks at developments in labor and employment law, including with respect to minimum salary thresholds for the DOL's new overtime rule, the EEOC's collection of compensation data for increased pay transparency, an NLRB ruling that unions may not force nonmembers to pay for lobbying activities, and New York City's new rules prohibiting discrimination based on gender identity or gender expression.

  • DOJ Amends Corporate Enforcement Policy on Companies’ Use of Electronic Messaging Apps
    Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP
    Ryan D. Junck, Steve Kwok

    Rather than requiring companies to impose a flat ban on the use of messaging apps, the new policy gives companies latitude to decide what means to adopt to satisfy their document preservation obligations.