Shades of VW: Did Time Warner Cable Cheat FCC Internet Speed Tests?

File this under “representativeness of the sample”: according to a lawsuit filed by New York state Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, Time Warner Cable (TWC) provided modem-leasing internet customers with older-generation cable modems unable to produce the high-speed internet they were

Shades of VW: Did Time Warner Cable Cheat FCC Internet Speed Tests?

File this under “representativeness of the sample”: according to a lawsuit filed by New York state Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, Time Warner Cable (TWC) provided modem-leasing internet customers with older-generation cable modems unable to produce the high-speed internet they were

Donald Trump & business ethics

The piece linked below is critical of now-President Donald Trump. Interestingly, it cites his experience as a businessperson as the source of the problem. It’s worth noting that Trump has been a very particular kind of businessperson—namely the head of

Donald Trump & business ethics

The piece linked below is critical of now-President Donald Trump. Interestingly, it cites his experience as a businessperson as the source of the problem. It’s worth noting that Trump has been a very particular kind of businessperson—namely the head of

Leadership, Aesthetic & Ethical

In the short article linked below, Abe J. Zakhem offers commentary Vivi Storsletten and Ove Jakobsen’s 2015 paper, “Development of Leadership Theory in the Perspective of Kierkegaard’s Philosophy.” >>> LINK: Kierkegaard and Leadership Theory, a Radical Reappraisal (by Abe J.

Leadership, Aesthetic & Ethical

In the short article linked below, Abe J. Zakhem offers commentary Vivi Storsletten and Ove Jakobsen’s 2015 paper, “Development of Leadership Theory in the Perspective of Kierkegaard’s Philosophy.” >>> LINK: Kierkegaard and Leadership Theory, a Radical Reappraisal (by Abe J.

Fashion Law Blog (and Ethics)

Check out this new blog on Fashion Law. Written by two law students, the blog covers a range of topical (dare we say fashionable?) legal issues. But take a look and you’ll quickly notice a range of ethical issues, too,

Fashion Law Blog (and Ethics)

Check out this new blog on Fashion Law. Written by two law students, the blog covers a range of topical (dare we say fashionable?) legal issues. But take a look and you’ll quickly notice a range of ethical issues, too,

Amazon vs Apple: Are All Police Requests for Assistance Alike?

On the surface, Apple’s refusal to construct a backdoor to terror suspect Syed Farook’s iPhone for the FBI and Amazon’s refusal to turn over Amazon Echo voice recordings to the Bentonville, Arkansas police in a homicide investigation look the same:

Amazon vs Apple: Are All Police Requests for Assistance Alike?

On the surface, Apple’s refusal to construct a backdoor to terror suspect Syed Farook’s iPhone for the FBI and Amazon’s refusal to turn over Amazon Echo voice recordings to the Bentonville, Arkansas police in a homicide investigation look the same:

Rule-Breaking in Silicon Valley Startup Culture

Entrepreneurs are rule-breakers: their stock-in-trade is convention-defying novelty. Does it matter which conventions they defy and, if so, are they defying the wrong ones? The legal philosopher H. L. A. Hart distinguished two socially-relevant senses of rule. The first sense

Rule-Breaking in Silicon Valley Startup Culture

Entrepreneurs are rule-breakers: their stock-in-trade is convention-defying novelty. Does it matter which conventions they defy and, if so, are they defying the wrong ones? The legal philosopher H. L. A. Hart distinguished two socially-relevant senses of rule. The first sense

Can Google’s Confidentiality Agreement Bar Writing Novels?

Can a confidentiality agreement go too far? A lawsuit brought under a California state statute permitting employees to sue on behalf of co-workers alleges that Google‘s employee confidentiality agreement violates California labor law by requiring employees to forgo communication with

Can Google’s Confidentiality Agreement Bar Writing Novels?

Can a confidentiality agreement go too far? A lawsuit brought under a California state statute permitting employees to sue on behalf of co-workers alleges that Google‘s employee confidentiality agreement violates California labor law by requiring employees to forgo communication with