Amazon took over another Black Friday shopping weekend with its drone delivery announcements. But while its ads were more formalized than in years past, the online-shopping giant may not pass the FAA’s drone guidelines with flying colors.
A long-running sex discrimination lawsuit filed by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) came to an end on November 25, 2015, when a Michigan federal district court approved a consent decree.
The FAA’s efforts to get its arms around the massive proliferation of drones – which are technically referred to as “unmanned aircraft systems”, or “UAS”, in FAA parlance – continue.
Most folks correctly assume that the law requires more than just an oral agreement to purchase a car.
One of the most significant recent developments in the commercial litigation arena has been the recent rise of litigation funding.
If you are an employer in the health care or defense industry, in addition to compliance with the panoply of employment laws you must adhere to, employers must also be attuned to their exposure to whistleblower claims under the federal False Claims Act (FCA).
In a quiet move last week, the FAA made an important revision to the requirements for commercial unmanned aircraft system (UAS), or drone operations, that may signal a significant policy change.
Communications Compliance: Are Messaging Applications Leaving Your Organization Vulnerable to HIPAA Liability?
Messaging applications are popular tools to facilitate communication and workflow in healthcare settings—increasingly so as smart phones, tablets and other mobile mediums continue to penetrate the market.
On November 18, 2015, the Obama Administration published final regulations to update requirements for group health plans and health insurance issuers under the ACA, particularly with regard to the changes they can make to the terms of their plan/coverage while retaining their “grandfathered” status.
In a rare move, the Securities & Exchange Commission has assessed penalties against a political intelligence firm for failing to adopt adequate policies to prevent the flow of inside governmental information to the firm’s clients.
We’re happy to publish our latest infographic, which highlights key social media marketing trends for both B2B and B2C companies.