January 30, 2014: Caroline Mankey scribes guest column article for the Daily Journal on tweets and intent of celebrities and figureheads on social media. Is their content profane or provocative?
In these fast-paced times when employees and top-level executives are leaving one company to join another or to start up their own, trade secret litigation and employee mobility issues are hot topics in the employment and IP litigation arena.
For 2014, Caroline Mankey has been recognized in the Super Lawyers Top 50 Women Lawyers of Southern California.
Cypress proudly boasts its congratulations for another year to our Super Lawyers– Nabil Abu-Assal, Robert Muller, and Caroline Mankey in Business Litigation, Intellectual Property, and Intellectual Property Litigation, respectively.
Background – Regulatory Scheme and Regulation D Raising money from investors is a heavily regulated activity. For a company to sell its securities, it must either go through the expensive process of registering them with the SEC, or it must rely on a handful of exemptions aimed at allowing smaller private companies to access capital.
How one celebrity’s legal battle could change how and where women shop for sperm in California. Actor Jason Patric is a celebrity who isn’t often in the press. It surprised me to see him all over the news lately giving interviews about his recent custody battle with former a girlfriend and about a new law […]