The big news in recent weeks is the lawsuit that was filed against McDonald’s in the Western District of Virginia alleging discrimination.
The event you just hosted, sponsored or participated in represents a good beginning. Introductions. Conversations. A chance to build a bridge or two…or shore one up.
On February 4, 2015, Anthem Inc. disclosed that as many as 80 million customers’ sensitive personal information may have been compromised by criminal hackers.
The FTC continued its campaign against deceptive health and disease claims with enforcement actions against the marketers of “MelApp” and “Mole Detective,” smartphone apps that claimed to detect melanoma.
I’ve gotten a number of inquiries from clients recently about whether the law has changed allowing them to deliver alcohol to customers if they hold a valid liquor license.
Will the Ontario Security Commission’s Proposed Whistleblower Program Bolster Enforcement Activity Notwithstanding Unique Challenges?
Today marks six years since Zen & The Art of Legal Networking made its debut in the legal blogging world. In some ways, it feels like it’s been longer than that, while in others, the time has just flown!
FINRA recently issued a Report on Cybersecurity Practices (“Report”), growing out of its targeted examination of firms last year.