In accordance with a federal court injunction, at least one metric ton of plutonium has been removed from the Savannah River Site, the U.S. Department of Energy said. The state of South Carolina obtained the injunction from U.S. District Court ...Read More »
By Jared L. Hubbard and Malgorzata Mrózek In today’s globalized economy, local companies can have a global reach, entering into mergers, acquisitions, manufacturing contracts, licensing agreements, joint ventures, and research and development partnerships with companies and institutions around the world. ...
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BY JACK PRINGLE All attorneys owe various ethical (competency, confidentiality and safeguarding client property) and legal (a host of state and federal laws) obligations to protect information. We’re in an age of great potential technological “upside” (blockchains, artificial intelligence, machine ...Read More »