Football season is still a month away, but news of its players are already creeping into the news cycle. And for some, it’s worse than contract negotiations.
Guest blogger: Michael C. Brody is associate general counsel with UnitedHealthcare and a member of the ACC Health Law Committee. He specializes in the Affordable Care Act and other health care law issues.
Recently I’ve had a few epiphanies about corporate whistleblowers (are we ever going to find a better term for this?), and the most striking is this.
In recent months, two more companies in the healthcare industry have been hacked. UCLA Health announced on July 17, 2015 that it was the victim of a “criminal cyber attack” and “as many as 4.5 million individual potentially may have bene involved in the attack.”
. . . in the other. I’m a bankruptcy lawyer. There, I said it. My product is a service that helps my clients save assets and eliminate debt.
The 2016 election cycle promises to be hyperactive, starting early and running hot debates both on television and spilling over into the workplace.
The TV shanking of fictional lawyer Dan Wachsberger at Breaking Bad’s 54th episode. In the 53rd episode, Wachsberger hid monies in safety deposit boxes & became a DEA informant.
I take no position one way or the other on any Chinese stock market crash, including the most recent one.
The class-action variety of plaintiffs’ lawyer abhors the federal Arbitration Act.
Cryptocurrencies are unregulated in most jurisdictions and their legal nature has not yet been determined by legislation or case law.