Quest Diagnostics’ 25th Anniversary Drug Testing Index reports a deep drop in drug use among American workers in the quarter century the Index has been published.
The continued uncertainty around the draft EU Data Protection Regulation presents something of a challenge for data controllers.
Fans of ESPN’s iconic program College GameDay are probably familiar with host Lee Corso’s catchphrase “No So Fast My Friend.”
The WinTech blog previously covered a patent infringement lawsuit filed against the “Adam Carolla Show” from ACE Broadcasting Network, LLC.
Driver distraction related to use of cell phones and other mobile devices has become an issue in many if not most motor vehicle collision cases today.
Last month, the FTC held a public workshop on the “Internet of Things” (or “IoT”), during which it examined the privacy and security implications of everyday objects being connected to the Internet and to each other.
When an Employee’s 10-Foot-Tall and Bulletproof Attitude On Social Media Becomes a Workplace Reality (and Nightmare)
It’s hard to believe that what someone says on social media may not be the whole truth and nothing but the truth.
While most Americans were preparing for their Thanksgiving Feast, President Obama showed his thanks last week to Big Labor and its hundreds of millions in campaign contributions by ignominiously allowing his recently confirmed Labor Secretary to move forward his DOL’s long pending radical proposal to dramatically change the decades old “Persuader Regulations”.
This is a blog. Blogs are growing in popularity. On this blog, you can find my name and contact information easily. But, a few blogs are anonymous for various reasons.
In 2008, the economy took a nosedive, and like most companies, many law firms responded by doing more with less — which meant cutting budgets and staffs. In some cases this ultimately affected the quality or level of client care.