When businesses set out to safeguard “personal information,” a fundamental consideration is what that term means.
“It’s a bizarre program that is absolutely essential to American healthcare.”
Securities litigation has a culture defined by multiple elements: the types of cases filed, the plaintiffs’ lawyers who file them, the defense counsel who defend them, the characteristics of the insurance that covers them, the way insurance representatives approach coverage, the government’s investigative policies – and, of course, the attitude of public companies and their directors and officers toward disclosure and governance.
On July 28, Senator Ron Wyden objected to the Senate’s passage of the Intelligence Authorization Bill for Fiscal Year 2016.
Another federal court, this one in Washington, D.C., has come down on the side of the NLRB’s new election rule.
Noted author and business attorney Peter Siviglia once said: “In this world, … there are two forms of writing: creative (such as novels, plays, and poetry) and expository (such as treatises, letters, memorandums, and briefs).
If you don’t have much time and want to just get the 5 things, scroll quickly to the bottom. This is a long one.
The fiery debate over the employment status of and protections afforded to unpaid interns is alive and well! It appears that Congress is continuing the trend of providing additional workplace protections to unpaid interns.
We’ve talked a lot about networking here at Zen, and covered a lot of the traditional ideas.
Earlier this year, in Mandatory Paid Sick Leave — What In-House Counsel and Employers Need to Know, I previewed some of the requirements of the Massachusetts Earned Sick Time Law.