The transcript for today’s Supreme Court oral argument in The Association for Molecular Pathology v. Myriad Genetics, Inc., No. 12-398 (2013) has been released, and the importance of the gene patenting debate to personalized medicine was discussed.
After what must have been a tense and excruciating 10 minutes of deliberations, Palm Beach County jurors in accused Ponzi schemer Charlotte Durante’s trial finally found her guilty on charges of money laundering and fraud.
Always a source of activity, and a very popular topic of conversation of LXBN, the National Labor Relations Board stands to grow to five full members if President Obama’s three recent appointees are confirmed by the Senate. Of course, there’s still plenty of drama surrounding the other two members and their recess appoinments. Joining LXBN TV today to explain who these new appointees are, what we can expect from them and whether or not they’ll be confirmed is Nelson Cary, partner with Vorys and author on their blog, Vorys on Labor.
LinkedIn has agreed to buy Pulse, a newsreader app that aggregates online sources, including your social networks, for $90 million. Not bad for the two Pulse founders who met while students at Stanford in 2010.
An old folk melody describes the world as “a very narrow bridge,” where one misstep can bring disaster. The song seeks to inspire, calling on people to have “no fear at all” while crossing through life’s perils.
The Third Circuit recently upheld the National Labor Relations Board’s finding that a separately organized nursing home facility is properly considered a single employer with its parent company.
No matter what you do to protect yourself, there are risks all around. Over the years that I have defended brokers, I have found that one of the greatest liability risk is the way in which brokers have managed their elderly clients.
Major technology companies have already logged 300,000 miles on U.S. roads with self driving cars. Driverless (or automated or autonomous) vehicle technology is rapidly advancing and states are starting to enact legislation.
Last week, the co-founder of a Minnesota based organization called “Gender Justice” accused the Iowa football team of “pink shaming” its opponents and engaging in what she calls “cognitive bias.”
As you know from my blog: I recently hosted the second annual Outstanding Women’s Lawyers’ Roundtable. It was great fun for me and for Nancy, and thanks to Cindy Pladziewicz for working with me and thanks to Joyce for making it all come together.