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ICSC is in full swing at the Las Vegas Convention Center this week. This is the world’s largest gathering of retail real estate professionals. With 37,000 industry professionals and 1200 exhibitors, it promises to be an amazing week. Last year, the mood at the convention...

Co-author Sonya Reddy Defendants accused of stealing trade secrets often claim that publicly available information can’t constitute a trade secret. Sometimes yes, but mineral ownership that can be determined from the public record only after lengthy, expensive, and labor-intensive research in the county courthouse can have...

The House overwhelmingly passed a bipartisan prison reform bill Tuesday amid objections from some Democrats and liberal groups that it doesn’t go far enough. Lawmakers approved the First Step Act by a 360-59 vote to incentivize inmates to complete prison programs that reduce their likelihood...