Amazon Tries to Get Drone Delivery Service Off the Ground in India Before Regulators Notice

By | Plane-ly Spoken Blog | October 22, 2014

Speed is essential to success in the private sector.  Being the first into a market with a good idea can launch a company into an unassailable position, or at least leave competitors with a years-long slog to try to catch up.  Unfortunately, regulators rarely feel the same sense of urgency, and are sometimes surprisingly resistant to pressure and threats from legislators to pick up the pace.

FCC Issues “Enforcement Advisory” Warning Political Campaigns and Promoters Against Robocall Abuse

By | Inside Political Law | October 22, 2014

Yesterday, the Federal Communications Commission’s Enforcement Bureau issued an advisory reminding political campaigns about the restrictions placed on the use of autodialed calls, prerecorded calls, and text messages by the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (“TCPA”) and the FCC’s corresponding rules.

Ebola in the Workplace – the Facts

Media reports of the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, along with the recent infection of two nurses in Dallas, have raised fears of the potential spread of Ebola in the United States, and employers are increasingly concerned about what they should do to address the possibility of Ebola in the workplace.