Legal

Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek S.C a Wisconsin law firm with offices in Milwaukee and Madison, has hired Paul J. Eberle to become the Chief Executive of the firm. Eberle a founder and past president and CEO of Milwaukee- based computer reseller, consultant and system's integrator Capital...

The Federal Communications Commission, on September 21, proposed rules that would prevent Internet service providers (“ISPs”) from treating different sources and types of data differently; more to the point, the rules would prevent your ISP from charging a premium for watching content generated by third...

The Federal Communications Commission, on September 21, proposed rules that would prevent Internet service providers (“ISPs”) from treating different sources and types of data differently. These rules would enforce “Network Neutrality.” More to the point, the proposed rules entrench the way that...

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has taken a welcome stance on controversial regulations, announcing last week that it would rescind rules enacted in 2007 that were viewed by many in the patent community as draconian. The move represents a desire by new Patent and...

One way to characterize venture capital financings is by the number of investors; more specifically, is there more than one. If so, the investor group is typically called a “syndicate.” While working with a syndicate can pose challenges, before and after the closing,...

Developers who 'knowingly' ship buggy software may be held liable for damages. That might be good for users -- but a sloppy set of guidelines could hurt open source. Here's an odd couple: Microsoft and the Linux Foundation. These two organizations, normally on opposite sides of...

When companies start up, often the first place they look for seed financing is from friends and family. As frequently as they occur, there is very little available on the details of what consists of a “good” friends and family financing. In this...