Mandating That Whistleblowers Report Violations of Law Internally Constitutes an Obstruction of Justice
The Chamber of Commerce has commenced a well-financed and aggressive lobbying campaign to undermine America’s most effective whistleblower law, the False Claims Act.
If you were a political science major as an undergraduate and then you went to law school, you are one of the many lawyers who probably decided to pursue a degree that avoided math and hard sciences.
Today’s Wall Street Journal has an interesting article about “online sleuthing” and privacy concerns.
As the new year begins, numerous Latin American issues have moved to the center stage, including Venezuela, Argentina, Mexico, and Cuba.
What are the legal ethics rules for using social media to market your legal practice? Judging from what’s out there, some lawyers view the social media space as the Wild West, where almost anything goes; and some lawyers are too worried about the possible snares to use social media at all to publicize or share their capabilities. No surprise: the middle path is the one to take.
Sure, Joan, you can take a leave of absence, but you’re still going to work while you’re out, right?
The Texas Medical Board issued an Emergency Rule with proposed changes to the practice standards and disciplinary guidelines for remote prescribing via telemedicine consults.
It is our annual tradition at the beginning of each year to report on significant issues that face manufacturers/distributors in the year ahead. Two weeks ago, Matt reported on significant issues in the labor/employment arena. Last week, Pam reported on Environmental, Health and Safefy (EH&S) issues.
The U.S. Supreme Court considered the Fair Housing Act (FHA) earlier today when it held oral argument in a Texas case to answer the question if “disparate impact” claims are cognizable under the FHA.