This morning am in a bright red ruffled shirt with the obligatory black. Here is my confession. Want to wear an old favorite pair of heeled Franco Sarto boots. They will look great with the outfit.
In the news last week was the ruling by a California appeals court that a high-profile Hollywood lawyer’s settlement demand letter was not extortion.
In a July 8th, 2013 letter to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), the Personalized Medicine Coalition (PMC) advised that proposed reimbursement schedules for diagnotic medicine will threaten the development of, and access to, personalized medicine and reduce the quality of patient care.
By way of a recent opinion of the New Jersey Supreme Court, New Jersey became the first state establishing a Constitutional right to cell-phone location information – thereby precluding law enforcement’s retrieval of such information without a warrant or exigent circumstances.
I recently co-chaired an American Bar Association/American Council on Renewable Energy (ACORE) webinar on SmartGrid and Microgrid technologies.
Now that the Detroit has formally declared Chapter 9 bankruptcy, we can look forward to years of legal wrangling and negotiations that will swamp the city (or at least the hotels on its habitable outskirts) with brigades of lawyers.
That divorce has a major impact on the lives of children is axiomatic; it is rare that a child is better served by their parents divorcing than if they stayed together (though exceptions exist where a child’s home life with two warring parents is far worse than a peaceful single-parent household).
Compliance Issues Abound in Immigration Reform Bill, but Lots of Uncertainty As It Heads to the House – Dawn Lurie
We’re closing in on three years since the Affordable Care Act was initially introduced. Since then, it’s been one of the most discussed topics in the law, as it stands as President Barack Obama’s signature piece of legislation for his first term. Now, for the second term, we have the long-awaited immigration reform bill—which I’m sure we’ll be discussing for years. In our first LXBN TV conversation on the proposed legislation, Sheppard Mullin lawyer Dawn Lurie joins me to explain the compliance issues in the Senate’s bill and the challenges it now faces as it heads to the House of Representatives.
The typical “take-home” plaintiff is a bystander such as the child who claims she was exposed to asbestos while playing in the basement where her father’s work clothes covered with asbestos dust were laundered.
You suspect that the debtor has been contributing money to a 401(k) retirement account for years, and he doesn’t intend to share the funds with you.