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COVID-19 Liability: What Risks Do Firms Face?

COVID-19 liability poses a new threat to employers. Although only 67 COVID-related lawsuits have been filed regarding working conditions, some employment attorneys predict many more will come as the pandemic continues—and even after it ends

  • Mary LeSeur

Is Your Company at Risk for a Coronavirus-Related Closure?

By Mary LeSeur, Andrew Honeycutt, and Andrew Holman The coronavirus pandemic has forced many companies to partially close or suspend operations entirely. These shutdowns are not limited to restaurants and bars, despite their increased risk and publicity. Self-enforced, as well…

  • Andrew Honeycutt

Contact Tracing is Failing. What Can You Do About It?

Contact tracing is not going well. That’s what Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation’s leading infectious disease expert, said a June interview with CNBC. Though long considered a staple of pandemic-fighting policy, most (if not all) states are struggling with implementing robust…

  • Ivana Vanjak

Future of RFID

RFID is a proven technology with a long and interesting history. It has always been ahead of its time until recent years. Mostly due to high price, it wasn’t applicable for commercial use. As the price decreases, new opportunities for…

  • Bish Datta

Responsive Supply Chain Webinar

Join us, Impinj & Barcodes Inc. for our webinar on August 22 to hear about practical solutions to real problems in supply chain utilizing RAIN RFID. 

  • Zeljko Baranek

ETSI Upper band and better global RFID tag design

European Commission Workshop and harmonization of radio spectrum On the 19th of June 2017 the European Commission held a workshop on efficient use of the 870-876 MHz and 915-921 MHz frequency bands. Participants were from various industry sectors (e.g. telecommunications,…

  • Rajiv Anand

Myths of RFID in logistics operations

Increasingly, for more companies where logistics is crucial to the operations, RFID technology is fast becoming indispensable technology, almost just as much as barcode once did. Yet, a large number of companies and operations sit on the sidelines carrying the…

  • Rajiv Anand

RFID and Health

If you live in an urban area, chances are that you are continuously bathing in variety of WiFi, Bluetooth, Cellular wireless signals without which modern living in unimaginable. If we could see beyond frequencies of light, we will be blinded…

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