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The Government Accountability Office (GAO) recently denied a protest brought by a contractor who failed to submit an adequately written proposal for the award of a federal contract. Patriot Defense Group, LLC, B-418720.3, August 5, 2020, 2020 WL 4501318. This decision breaks no new ground legally but it serves as a timely reminder of how failure to identify the assumptions upon which a proposal is based will yield a disappointing result. Request for ProposalsThe U.S. Special Operations…
BOK Financial Insurance hosted a webinar on Thursday, September 10 with industry experts who provided insights and recommendations on navigating the increased presence of teleworking as well as considerations when preparing your workplace for employees to return to the office. EXPERT PANEL Melanie Pate – Labor and Employment Partner, Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie LLP Jean Gage – Managing Attorney, Copperpoint Insurance Companies Jesse Lisson – Executive Manager Broker Development, Teladoc Health Nathan Guerrero – Director, Business Development, BOK Financial Insurance Kathy DeGrandchamp – Vice President,…
IP attorneys Tom Daly & Drew Wilson discuss three intellectual property tools that protect the art and design of products. Copyright plays a role in ensuring a product’s brand and life cycle is protected. Knowing what protection you need for your specific product can be a game-changer for your business. Whether you are a startup or an established business launching a new product, this series can help you determine the best tools to protect the intellectual property…
The intellectual property landscape is always evolving and provides a wealth of topics that impact business strategies, competition and operations. The IP of Everything podcast identifies current cases, trends, and hot topics that are important and of interest to our clients. Join us as we explore a variety of interesting topics that push the bounds of intellectual property and branding.…
IP attorneys Tom Daly & Drew Wilson discuss three intellectual property tools that protect the art and design of products. Design patents play a role in ensuring a product’s brand and life cycle is protected. Knowing what protection you need for your specific product can be a game-changer for your business. Whether you are a startup or an established business launching a new product, this series can help you determine the best tools to protect the…
HR can be especially challenging for smaller employers with limited resources and can be even more challenging for business during the COVID-19 rebuilding period. In these difficult times, it is important to be prepared for the new normal in the workplace. This webinar slide deck aims to discuss some of the most critical areas you need to be aware of to avoid HR-related fines, lawsuits, or penalties. Presented by Mary Ellen Simonson, Melanie V. Pate, Laura Pasqualone on August 25, 2020…
Neil Young recently filed a copyright infringement suit against Donald Trump’s re-election campaign. Young alleges that the use of his songs Rockin’ in the Free World and Devil’s Sidewalk at Trump campaign rallies and political events including Trump’s recent rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma on June 20, 2020 were done without permission and constitute copyright infringement. This is not the first time that a musician has complained that Donald Trump is using their music without permission.…
On August 11, 2020, Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak signed into law Senate Bill 4 of the 32nd Special Session (“SB4”). SB4 has a number of implications for Nevada businesses, which includes: (1) requiring certain state agencies and the Clark and Washoe County health districts to adopt regulations related to lodging facilities for the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic; (2) limiting civil liability for businesses and other entities that substantially comply with controlling health standards; and…