The Privacy Rights Clearinghouse (“Clearinghouse”) recently released a study funded by the California Consumer Protection Foundation examining the potential privacy risks of mobile health and fitness apps.
Chutzpah is “that quality enshrined in a man who, having killed his mother and father, throws himself on the mercy of the court because he’s an orphan.”
IRS Issues Guidance On Delay in Implementing Obamacare’s Requirement That Empoyers Provide Health Benefits
The IRS issued Notice 2013-45 recently, the official guidance document explaining the one-year delay in the implementation of the employer pay-or-play penalties under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (“PPACA”) health care reform.
On October 19, 2007, Kelly Butterfield underwent a unilateral oophorectomy - laparascopic surgery to remove one of her ovaries.
A while back, I discussed the New York State Department of Development’s enforcement efforts to prevent others from using the I♥NY logo.
Guess What? the Canadians Already Told Us That We Had Cyclospora, Cryptosporidium, and Giardia in Our Ready-to-Eat Packaged Leafy Greens
Yesterday, I was speaking to a lawyer for a large leafy green producer not involved in this recent Cyclospora outbreak that is related to bagged mixed leafy greens and was reminded of an article that ran in the Journal of Food Protection earlier this year entitled: Detection of Cyclospora, Cryptosporidium, and Giardia in Ready-to-Eat Packaged Leafy Greens in Ontario, Canada by Dixon, Parrington, Cook, Pollari and Farber.
Conn. Supreme Court: Public Policy Against Sexual Harassment Supports (Perhaps Mandates?) Termination of Alleged Harassers
It’s tough to draw lessons from appeals of arbitration decisions.
In what would seem to be a textbook case of undue influence, the children of the late Jim Carlen, former coach of the University of South Carolina football team who died at 79 have sued their father’s estate after a 2010 will left everything to his second wife Meredith.
A quick search on Generation Y in the workforce is greeted with an onslaught of articles on how to manage the Gen-Yers on your team.
People make mistakes. Even lawyers. Even judges. We are all human after all, and to be human is to be fallible. In the pressure-packed environment of a trial or hearing, the probability that a mistake will be made is even greater.