The WinTech Blog provides legal news, updates and strategies for both startup and established technology companies. The WinTech blog serves as a go-to resource for executives, inventors, entrepreneurs, investors and universities who are looking to grow and protect their technology portfolios in highly competitive environments. The lead writers are experienced attorneys who understand the business challenges and the unique role and risks associated with managing technology.
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The Nonsubscriber Defender provides important legal news, updates and practical strategies for nonsubscribing employers in Texas. The Nonsubscriber Defender serves as a go-to resource for in-house counsel, claims adjusters, account managers, plan administrators and other professionals that need to stay informed on current nonsubscriber issues.
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The People Business Blog provides news, updates and strategies for business leaders who manage legal matters involving labor, employment and benefits issues. The People Business Blog serves as a go-to resource for officers, directors, in-house counsel, human resources executives and other professionals who need to stay informed on complex issues impacting their workforce. Blog topics under the “Benefits Business” section cover legal issues impacting the design and administration of qualified and nonqualified retirement plans, health plans, incentive programs, stock programs and fringe benefit programs. Blog topics under the “Labor & Employment Business” section cover a broad range of labor and employment issues facing employers.
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Lenders 360 provides news, information and commentary on important issues affecting the financial services industry. Written by leading attorneys who serve mid- to large-sized financial institutions and loan servicers, the Lenders 360 blog is designed to help companies stay current on business and legal issues, covering every business cycle, including the “good times” and “bad times.” Readers of Lenders 360 blog include officers, senior executives, senior managers, boards of directors, loan officers, credit professionals, special asset managers and in-house counsel at national and regional financial institutions and commercial loan servicers.
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Common Interest 360 delivers important news, commentary and substantive information on issues affecting commercial and residential real estate projects, including master-planned communities, mixed-use developments, condominiums, hotels, and golf and resort communities. The Common Interest 360 legal blog serves as a go-to resource for developers, owners, investors, lenders, industry service providers, and developer and residential-controlled community associations, including the associations’ leaders, members and managers.
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Financial Appellate Voice provides important legal news, updates on recently decided and pending case precedent, and commentary to directors, officers, managers, in-house counsel, and other legal officers who serve the financial services industry in Texas. The Financial Appellate Voice serves as a go-to resource for business leaders and legal advisors who need to stay current on legal cases and issues impacting the financial services industry in Texas. Blog topics include summaries and commentary covering Texas Supreme Court opinions and Texas intermediate courts of appeals' opinions that impact the financial services industry.
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Compensation Committee Corner (Comp Corner) provides important news, information and commentary to board members serving on compensation committees of publicly-held companies. Comp Corner serves as a resource to directors by keeping them informed on both current and future compensation issues. Readers include board of directors, in-house legal counsel, officers and in-house compensation professionals. Subscriptions to Comp Corner are available by RSS feed and e-mail.
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