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By Saad Gul, Michael Slipsky
In Packingham v. North Carolina, 137 S. Ct. 1730, 1735 (U.S. 2017) the Supreme Court of the United States held that N.C.G.S. § 14-202.5, a North Carolina statute that barred registered sex offenders from websites such as Facebook and LinkedIn was unconstitutional.
By Iain Stauffer
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has issued notification letters to hospice providers that are not in compliance with the Hospice Quality Reporting Program requirements.
By Thomas Davis
Many employers utilize incentive programs to reward employees for compliance with company safety policies.
By Thomas Davis
At the end of last year, OSHA began enforcing new regulatory rules expanding the requirements for employers' reporting and submitting workplace injury and illness records.
By Saad Gul, Michael Slipsky
Apparently prompted by the recent high-profile wave of ransomware attacks, the Department of Health and Human Services' Office of Civil Rights has reminded hospitals, healthcare systems...
By Susanna Knutson Gibbons
Employers across the country received some good news last week when the DOL filed its Reply Brief in the Texas lawsuit that halted implementation of the $913 per week salary requirement...
By Brenna A. Davenport
With the rise in health insurance costs and changing work demographics, employers nationwide are considering innovative benefit designs that are intended to not only contain costs but also provide...
By S. Todd Hemphill
The State Health Coordinating Council has published the Proposed 2018 State Medical Facilities Plan ("SMFP"), which includes need determinations of interest to a number of different types of providers.
By Saad Gul
This posture should be particularly concerning for US-based companies who process the personal data of EU residents.
By Saad Gul, Michael Slipsky
The GDPR is an intricate regime that will potentially require affected companies to make both technological and procedural adjustments.
By Robert Meyer
The question remains, however, what interpretation of the advice exemption may emerge as a result.
By Saad Gul, Michael Slipsky
The restriction at issue was N.C.G.S. § 14-202.5, a North Carolina statute prohibits registered sex offenders from using websites available to minors.
By Saad Gul, Michael Slipsky
As previously noted, a recent ransomware attack crippled over 75,000 computers worldwide.
By Brenna A. Davenport
In the summer of 2016, over 100 of CIGNA's self-insured health plan clients were sued with the complaint alleging breach of the defendants' fiduciary duties under ERISA for engaging in widespread fraudulent behavior involving the use of plan funds.
By Martha Svoboda
The Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA), passed by Congress in 1975, requires the collection, recording, reporting and public disclosure of residential mortgage lending activity.
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