In most medical malpractice cases, the default defense is: “medicine is so complex and mysterious that there is no standard by which the doctor can be judged, and thus they cannot be liable.”
A recent case in Massachusetts confirms that taking affirmative steps to protect the confidentiality of trade secrets is absolutely critical to litigating a claim for misappropriation.
The IRS final employer mandate rule implements the ACA’s command that each Applicable Large Employer (“ALE”) shall offer qualifying, affordable group health coverage to “its full-time employees (and their dependents)” or pay related taxes, if at least one of them buys a QHP through an Exchange with a federal subsidy.
As the next step in a series of moves that will likely confer substantial advantages to unions in organizing campaigns, the National Labor Relations Board has resurrected proposed changes to its election rules.
The United States Department of Homeland Security (“DHS”) has been very successful in increasing the number of employers that participate in the E-Verify program.
Data collection and security was a big topic on the Hill last week, where five congressional committees examined the issue over several days.
Open source software sounds like a good idea. Your create some code and then put it out there for the public to use and let people build on it and improve.
Technology Industry Advocates Convene in Washington, D.C., to Discuss Legislative Policies and Reform
As a member of the New Jersey Technology Council and an NJTC Ambassador, I participated in the TechVoice D.C. Fly-in held February 11 through 12 in Washington, D.C. on Capitol Hill.
Late last month, New York Department of Financial Services (“DFS”) Superintendent Benjamin Lawsky (“Lawsky”) (accompanied by DFS Assistant Deputy Superintendent Maria Filipacas, General Counsel Danny Alter, and Deputy General Counsel Dana Syracuse) presided over two days (five panels) of virtual currency-related hearings.