As Bob Dylan once said, the times, they are a-changin’. And it was only a matter of time before all that change reached the legal industry.
One of the consequences of legalizing same-sex marriage in Pennsylvania and elsewhere is that all of the old methods for getting around a same-sex marriage ban or lack of recognition of civil unions or domestic partnerships became obsolete or actual impediments to other legal actions under the new laws.
Electronic medical records are supposed to make healthcare more personalized, more convenient and more effective, but recent events show they may pose some very serious risks to patients, sometimes resulting in inaccurate diagnoses that could lead to poor outcomes and even death.
Earlier this month, we reported that researchers in Canada concluded that norovirus can spread by air, according to a publication in the highly respected Clinical Infectious Diseases.
I received an interesting question this week: Are roommates (and searches for roommates) protected under the Fair Housing Act (FHA)?
Do you remember the song “September” ?
Spokeo V. Robins: The Case That Has Silicon Valley Buzzing, Even Though Plaintiffs Likely Don’t Have a Leg to “Stand” On
On April 27, 2015, the United States Supreme Court granted certiorari in Spokeo v. Robins and will soon decide whether a plaintiff must allege more than just the bare violation of a federal statute in order to invoke Article III jurisdiction.
Just in time for the Memorial Day weekend, the FCC has released its proposed regulatory fees for 2015.
Seattle Times Reporter Erick Lacitis on May 19 published an interesting story on Wednesday, May 19 titled: West Seattle couple leaves all their assets – $847,215 – to Uncle Sam. [See Here.] Included in the article is a reproduction of what appears to be the actual Cashier’s Check drawn on Umpqua Bank and signed by the attorney who closed the estate of a man preceded 13 years by his wife in death.