Last month I wrote about employers’ potential liability for Ebola in the workplace. Now state governments are seeking to quarantine citizens to protect against the possibility of a health epidemic.
The next General Election in the UK is scheduled for 7 May 2015, and the outcome is far from certain. Where the power lies will influence the business environment for long after May 2015, particularly if no one party secures an outright majority in Parliament or if the result leads to a referendum on whether the UK should leave the EU.
Federal Communications Commission Grants Waiver of TCPA Fax Opt-Out Notice Requirements to 24 Petitioners
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) granted relief today to 24 petitioners regarding certain Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) rules applicable to fax advertisements.
Pigs Do Fly: Bid Protest Challenging an Affirmative Determination of Responsibility is Sustained by GAO
In the world of GAO post-award bid protests, there are certain arguments that are particularly prevalent amongst sustained protests (such as the failure to follow the solicitation evaluation criteria, inadequate documentation of the source selection decision, unequal treatment of offerors, and unreasonable price or cost evaluation), and there are other arguments that while less prevalent are by no means uncommon amongst sustained protests (such as unreasonable consideration of affiliate experience/past performance, and lack of meaningful discussions).
Washington AG Bob Ferguson recently announced that he had filed a “first of its kind” lawsuit against a private company and its chief executive for violations of the 2010 Restore Online Shoppers’ Confidence Act (ROSCA).
On October 23, 2014, the Government of Canada introduced the proposed Extractive Sector Transparency Measures Act into Parliament.
Professor Debra Moss Curtis has published an article calling for legal educators to look at other programs in higher education, as well as experts who study education, as guidance…