Another day, another Uber deal with their employees—er, workers. But this one is being heralded as everything from the best of both worlds to highway robbery, depending on who you ask.
On May 23, 2016, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled that the filing period for constructive discharge claims, which can be filed pursuant to many different employment laws, begins to run upon an employee’s resignation as opposed to the employer’s act that triggered the resignation.
Lately, I keep reading articles about how horrible the networking process is, especially for introverts and lawyers (oh wait, that may an oxymoron).
You may have heard stories about dramatic increases in private health insurance rates since the implementation of health reform.
Since the financial crisis, the Securities and Exchange Commission’s enforcement activity has been the subject of much attention and debate.
Deeper Dive: Integrating Physician Practices into a Health System’s HIPAA Privacy and Security Program
The healthcare industry shift to a value-based business model is resulting in greater alignment between hospitals and physicians to provide quality, outcomes driven care in order to receive payment for health care services.
Well-known predictive coding expert attorney, Maura Grossman, and her husband, noted information scientist, Gordon Cormack, recently began on article in Practical Law magazine with the assertion:.
Uber has agreed to create the Independent Drivers Guild, a non-union organization that will provide New York City based Uber drivers with regular access to the Company and the ability to raise concerns regarding certain aspects of their working relationship.
Most cannabis businesses are small businesses. Many of them need money.
There is much hype around artificial intelligence in the legal profession. AI, sometimes referred to as cognitive computing.
News releases echoing the famous mantra from The Wizard of Oz – “lions, and tigers, and bears … Oh my!” – suggested that the Department of Labor (DOL) has issued an army of flying monkeys. Not so.