Wearable devices’ – such as fitness trackers, wristbands, access cards – are an increasingly popular technology.
While financial fraud has always been an important enforcement target for the SEC, the agency recently has shown increased attention to financial reporting cases.
A slap in the face, maybe, after 11 years.
On Global Accessibility Awareness Day, DOJ Releases Agenda Indicating Progress in 2016; Omits Title III
This morning, on Global Accessibility Awareness Day, DOJ participated by issuing its Spring 2016 unified agenda, including upcoming regulatory actions on web accessibility and movie captioning.
The impending increase in the minimum salary for the executive, administrative and professional exemptions under the FLSA has many employers looking for ways to manage overtime costs for newly-reclassified employees.
The Spokeo decision’s requirement that there be a concrete injury in order to ground privacy damages is not just a U.S. issue.
A week ago, the Wall Street Journal published an excellent article, “Clues to Better Health Care From Old Malpractice Lawsuits,” which detailed the way that malpractice insurers and medical safety groups have been pouring through thousands of closed malpractice cases to see ways they can improve health care.
Tomorrow marks the twentieth anniversary of the Supreme Court’s decision in BMW of North America. Inc. v. Gore, the first time the Court had ever held that a punitive damages award was unconstitutionally excessive under the Due Process Clause.
On Tuesday, Oregon briefly shared the national spotlight with Kentucky as the states held presidential primary contests.
Commercial General Liability policies (CGL) typically do not include data protection loss coverage, although some insurers offer additional data protection endorsements.