“[T]he Lie, as a recreation, a solace, a refuge in time of need … man’s best and surest friend, is immortal, and cannot perish from the earth … My complaint simply concerns the decay of the art of lying. ”
About two weeks ago, the Governor of Nevada signed into law new legislation that removes a number of barriers to the practice of telehealth within the state of Nevada.
A recent blog post, entitled “The Top 4 Reasons the Unbanked Pay Prepaid Fees & Why Consumer Groups Should Let Them,” advocates prepaid cards as a good alternative to bank accounts for people who are unbanked and perpetuates three common myths about banks, the unbanked, and prepaid cards. Let’s clear up these widespread misconceptions once and for all.
The increasing availability of health care claims and payment data may portend the future of government and private health care enforcement and litigation.
The effort to create sustainable buildings has long centered on technical certifications, such as LEED. But now, some companies are taking more of a big-picture view.
American Express V. Italian Colors Restaurant Supreme Court Decision: Potential Insurance Industry Impact
The U.S. Supreme Court recently issued its opinion in American Express Company v. Italian Colors Restaurant, No. 12-133, addressing whether an arbitration clause prohibiting class-action arbitrations is enforceable when the cost of arbitrating a federal statutory claim on an individual basis exceeds the potential recovery.
The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Abdullah, announced on Sunday June 23, 2013 that the official working days in Saudi Arabia will change to Sunday to Thursday and the weekend to Friday to Saturday, with effect from June 29, 2013 (the “Royal Decree”).
“We, the people, still believe that our obligations as Americans are not just to ourselves, but to all posterity. We will respond to the threat of climate change, knowing that the failure to do so would betray our children and future generations…
At the end of last week, the Supreme Court decided American Express Co. v. Italian Colors Restaurant, which further refined the Court’s approach to arbitration of class actions. Most importantly, it eliminated the “vindication of rights” exception to enforcing arbitration clauses.