An increasing number of surgeries are conducted with the assistance of robots – and the medical malpractice claims arising from such surgeries is beginning to increase.
Two Sacramento scammers had an extra year tacked onto their prison sentences after retaliating against the US Attorney and FBI agents.
According to a recent KPMG report on data loss, the healthcare industry’s greatest exposures for data loss are hard copy loss/theft, PC theft, and social engineering, ranking first (in a tie), second, and third against other sectors respectively for percentage of data lost.
For years, Google has been blazing trails in the technology world and along the way they have been caught in a few snares.
The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) today vacated the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit decision in Decker v. Northwest Environmental Defense Center, holding that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)’s original interpretation of its original regulations warranted Auer deference, that a new EPA rule on the subject did not moot the case, and that the new rule was not really relevant to the case.
Study Reveals Alarming Statistics On Theft and Employee Misuse of Company Data—Littler’s Harry Jones
Over half of American respondents to a recent survey thought it would be fine for a software developer to reuse source code they created from one job at their next position. That’s one of a number of alarming figures in a recent study conducted by The Ponemon Institute. Joining LXBN TV today to break down the study and offer guidance to employers on keeping sensitive information and data inside the company is Harry Jones of Littler and their blog, Unfair Competition & Trade Secrets Counsel.
Texas Longhorns sports fans may have more to watch next fall than football. The university may be dealing with a high-profile sexual discrimination lawsuit from its former women’s track and field coach.
We have written before about cases involving disputes between employers and employees over work-related social media accounts, but a new case out of Arizona federal court raises issues that appear to be unlike those we have addressed previously.
Any follower of this blog or the mortgage crisis at large will — sadly — not be surprised by the seemingly never-ending news of foreclosure misdeeds by the nation’s biggest banks.
Hong Kong Website Can Continue Selling Alleged Counterfeit Fashion Apparel After Court Declines to Exercise Extraterritorial Jurisdiction
A court in the Southern District of New York enjoined the defendants from selling fashion apparel in the United States that allegedly infringed the plaintiff’s trademarks, but it declined to exercise extraterritorial jurisdiction to stop the defendants from using their Hong Kong website to continue selling the same apparel to the rest of the world.