There are many reasons a healthcare entity dealing with protected health information (“PHI”) should conduct a risk analysis.
Don’t get me wrong. My two children elevate their weekly Heinz intake regimen to near Olympian discipline. But me? I enjoy a good dollop with pound of fries at the Lion’s Tap, but I haven’t given America’s second-favorite red condiment a second thought since John Kerry ran for the White House (salsa is first, albeit not always red).
Back on March 21, 2013, this blog critically discussed a Michigan Whistleblower Protection Act (WPA) claim, Furhr v Trinity Health Corp., (2013), where the Court of Appeals reversed a jury verdict in favor of a former employee who had filed a lawsuit against her employer.
Law Firms’ Social Media Strategies Must Line Up with the Rest of Their Client Development Efforts—Michael Hertz
If you put a little bit of thought into it, putting together the basics of a strong social media strategy is more straightforward than one might think. First, start with the low-hanging fruit and make sure your firm has a strong presence on each of the more prominent social networks. Then, make sure your social media efforts are lining up with the rest of what you’re doing in client development by ensuring you’re providing value on subjects and in industries where your clients are looking for it.
LinkedIn turned 10 years old over the weekend. Rising from the depths of a dot com Winter, as co-founder, Reid Hoffman, called it, LinkedIn is now a successful public company with over 225 million members and almost $325 million in quarterly revenue.
Have you ever left a meeting with a smile and thought…”I really like that person?” Chances are the person was witty or even downright funny.
The California Supreme Court has unanimously upheld a local ban on medical marijuana dispensaries, holding the ban was not preempted by state statutes governing medical marijuana.
Publishing Alone Isn’t Enough, Law Firms Should Have an Integrated Strategy for Their Blogs—John Corey
“Eighty percent of success is just showing up.” That old Woody Allen adage used to apply to the world of legal blogging, where before just publishing one or a few blogs would put a law firm well ahead of their competitors—but that’s no longer the case. Now it’s important for firms to be blogging well, to be measuring their success in the right ways and, if they have multiple blogs, to have an optimized strategy for bringing all the content together.