The CBS 60 Minutes documentary, The Storm After The Storm, called insurance company lawyers, “Dogs on a Leash.”
The Food and Drug Administration recently issued a “safety communication” warning that a common medical device used to perform procedures that over 500,000 Americans undergo annually, may put patients at risk for developing “super bug” infections.
With the Supreme Court poised to hear oral arguments in the King v. Burwell case, many are left wondering what their healthcare will look like once the decision is handed down.
The nature of the SEC’s business a regulator of public companies lends a certain expansive aspect to its jurisdiction.
The next time you walk down the produce aisle (with your kids in tow) picking out fruits and vegetables to feed your family, ask yourself the question I ask myself when I do the same: “Does this grocery store – locally, regionally or world-wide owned – really care if what it sells you has a pathogen on it, or in it, that can kill or maim you or your family?”
It is no secret that arbitration agreements may greatly reduce the risks that many employers face in disputes with employees.
A coalition of special interest groups, led by the Metro Mayors Caucus and Denver Chamber of Commerce, are behind the introduction of Senate Bill 15-177 (“SB 177”).
Effective today, a new Anti-Trafficking rule will substantially change and increase federal contractors’ compliance and certification requirements.
Last week Vanderbilt basketball coach Kevin Starlings made ESPN Sportscenter for a remark that Stallings wish he would never have yelled.