We’re closing in on three years since the Affordable Care Act was initially introduced. Since then, it’s been one of the most discussed topics in the law, as it stands as President Barack Obama’s signature piece of legislation for his first term. Now, for the second term, we have the long-awaited immigration reform bill—which I’m sure we’ll be discussing for years. In our first LXBN TV conversation on the proposed legislation, Sheppard Mullin lawyer Dawn Lurie joins me to explain the compliance issues in the Senate’s bill and the challenges it now faces as it heads to the House of Representatives.
The typical “take-home” plaintiff is a bystander such as the child who claims she was exposed to asbestos while playing in the basement where her father’s work clothes covered with asbestos dust were laundered.
You suspect that the debtor has been contributing money to a 401(k) retirement account for years, and he doesn’t intend to share the funds with you.
Ever since our 2013 prediction, an ever increasing number of public companies are adding disclosure related to cybersecurity and data breach risks to their public filings.
In 2012, we reported on a pair of district court decisions that, based on similar facts, split on whether defendant TheDirty.com, a gossip website, qualified for immunity under Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act (CDA), the 1996 law that states “[n]o provider or user of an interactive computer service shall be treated as the publisher or speaker of any information provided by another information content provider.”