For decades, food safety experts have lived with the reality that roughly one-third of foodborne illness outbreak investigations ended without finding the source.
How Two Courts of Appeals Applied the Same Law to Reach Opposite Conclusions About the Affordable Care Act
Last week, two federal courts of appeals–the 4th Circuit and D.C. Circuit–considered whether the IRS reasonably interpreted the Affordable Care Act as allowing the IRS to give tax credits to taxpayers that purchase health insurance through an exchange set up by the federal government.
The Parade of Major Reported Health Data Breaches Surges to 885 – Theft and Loss Dominate the Numbers
The number of large breaches of Protected Health Information (PHI) under HIPAA that have been reported on the so-called “Wall of Shame” (the HHS List) maintained by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has jumped by 239 to 885 in less than a year.
Allegations of first-degree custodial sexual misconduct against a Washington County jail employee are only the latest in a long series of cases involving the sex abuse of inmates by jail personnel.
As expected, FedEx appeared in federal district court and entered a plea of not guilty to the charges brought against the company by the Drug Enforcement Administration (“DEA”) and the United States Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of California.
Who does it apply to: The law applies to all employers with 15 or more employees.
In today’s high-tech business environment, it is commonplace for employers to digitize personnel documents. Maintaining these documents in electronic form has obvious benefits, including ease of accessibility and storage efficiency.
As another school year approaches, student-athletes and coaches will soon be involved with pre-season practices to prepare for sports contests.
The Senate Intelligence Committee recently approved the “Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act”, which would facilitate the sharing of information about cybersecurity threats or countermeasures by among private entities and with the federal government.
Watches that monitor sleep quality. Skullcaps that gauge head injury. An infant bodysuit that sends temperature and breathing updates to a mobile device.