On the eve of the end of its fiscal year, the U.S. Department of Labor has released final rules for new EEO-1 Pay Data reporting obligations as well as paid sick leave regulations for federal contractors.
In an attempt to reduce fraud and boost passenger safety, Uber is implementing facial recognition technology beginning on September 30.
With the November election drawing near, the debate over legalizing recreational use of marijuana is heating up in several key states, including California.
Bitcoin remains a fringe currency in the context of M&A transactions. Despite some notable advantages over fiat currency, the risks associated with funding a large transaction using the cryptocurrency have limited its use to deals between players in the Bitcoin space.
Congress Overturns Presidential Veto On FSIA, Authorizing Suits Against Saudi Arabia for September 11
The U.S. Congress overturned a veto by President Obama allowing families of the victims of September 11 to sue Saudi Arabia in U.S. courts.
Take a look at anyone’s smartphone or tablet and you’re bound to swipe through screen after screen of applications, or more commonly known as apps.
On September 28, 2016, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) released a highly-anticipated final rule to strengthen requirements that long-term care (LTC) facilities must meet to participate in the Medicare and Medicaid programs.
Under deadline pressure to produce a brief? You’ve found one online in a public database that fits your case to a T?
Department of Transportation Releases Policy Guidance On Autonomous Vehicle Technology (Part II: State Government Guidance)
In addition to its industry guidance, covered in the previous post, the DOT’s Policy Guidance for autonomous vehicle technologies also proposed a “model state policy” for regulating these new vehicles.
The New York Times announced last night that the federal government is banning arbitration clauses in nursing homes that receive Medicare and Medicaid funding, which is pretty much all of them.