Time for some advertising compliance guidance related to housing.
The long-anticipated implementation of ICD-10 coding finally began this past Thursday, October 1, 2015.
Association of Art Museum Directors Issues Protocols to Provide Safe Havens for Works of Cultural Significance from Countries in Crisis
As recently reported by the International New York Times, the Association of Art Museum Directors (AAMD) has issued a set of Protocols in an effort to provide guidance to cultural institutions on how they can provide a safe haven for works of cultural significance that are at risk of being damaged, destroyed or looted in countries of crisis across the globe.
On Friday, Governor Jerry Brown signed AB 1506, which is intended to lessen certain types of employer liability under California’s Private Attorneys General Act.
The question of a parent’s mental health often arises in the midst of a custody dispute, with a family court judge faced with the difficult questions of whether there actually exists a mental health issue and, if so, how does it impact upon the child’s best interests under New Jersey’s custody statute.
As recently reported in the Investment News, the North American Securities Administration Association (NASSA) reported on the results of state coordinated examinations.
The New Jersey Supreme Court Enacts Rule 5:1-5, Codifying Arbitration Procedures for Divorce Matters
Resolving issues pertaining to a divorce matter are not only costly and challenging, but if parties’ choose to litigate their issues before a sitting Family Part Judge, their dirty laundry becomes public record.
In a 44-page decision, the Pennsylvania Superior Court vacated a jury verdict for the sole purpose of allowing the Plaintiff Sears, Roebuck & Co. (‘Sears”) to have its demand for punitive damages submitted to a jury.
In Varsity Brands Inc. v. Star Athletica LLC the court brings a new spin to on the bank shot to create in the United States a protectable zone of intellectual property rights for fashion designers.
A Dream or a Nightmare? How the FCC’s Addition of Vague Robocall Rules to the TCPA May Increase Litigation and Issues for Businesses
The freedom from automated calls at random hours of the evening may seem like the true American dream these days as more and more companies rely on these calls to reach out and communicate with customers.