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By Robert Cornish Jr., Richard Reiter
In the wake of the promulgation of new cybersecurity regulations by New York State's Department of Financial Services, Colorado has proposed cybersecurity regulations for broker-dealers, investment advisers and other fund managers in the ever-changing privacy landscape.
By Ian Stewart, Dean Rocco
Members of Wilson Elser's Cannabis Law practice attended a teleconference led by California Insurance Commissioner David Jones with 63 insurance industry stakeholders on May 22, 2017...
By Jonathan E. Meer
New York City recently enacted a law prohibiting employers from asking about a job applicant's salary history during all stages of the employment hiring process. The
By Mary Jean Geroulo
This article discusses the risks associated with use of an MSO and advises structuring such arrangements to comply with the Anti-Kickback Statute's personal services/management safe harbor.
By Anjali Das, Kevin Scott, John Busch
In May 2017, the world experienced an unprecedented global cyberattack that targeted the public and private sectors, including an auto factory in France, dozens of hospitals and health care facilities in the United Kingdom, gas stations in China and banks in Russia.
By Sean McDonough, Brian Del Gatto, Jordan Matheny
In a case of first impression in Florida, a split appellate court in State of Florida v. Charles Wiley Worsham Jr., held that a warrant was necessary before law enforcement could download...
By Ian Stewart, Nicole Aaronson
The California Legislature has yet to establish limits concerning cannabis consumption, following voters' approval in November 2016 of Proposition 64, which allows recreational marijuana use.
By John Jankoff, Heather Levine-Levy
Welcome to the introductory edition of Health Care Provider Insights. We are practice management consultants, providing legal and business management advice and assistance to physicians...
By David Goldhaber, David Ross
David Goldhaber (Partner-Chicago) and David Ross (Partner-Washington, DC) co-authored "Federal Judges Are Tired of 'Stock' Discovery Objections" in the Expert Analysis column...
By Robert Cornish Jr.
The monetary remedy of "disgorgement" often sought by the SEC in alleged matters of wrongdoing finds its basis not from actual statutes but instead from decades of court-made law.
By Alexandra Aurisch
The California Court of Appeal for the Second District held that refusing to allow an employee to rescind her voluntary resignation does not constitute an adverse employment action.
By Jennifer Willis Arledge
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) regulates meat, poultry and egg products. Both agencies have regulations governing food production, labeling and recalls.
By Gregory Bautista, Alex Moh
With the growing risk of cybersecurity attacks, the landscape of state-specific data breach notification laws continues to evolve.
By Julie A. Tyk
The Supreme Court found that the agreement signed by Mrs. Crespo was void and violated public policy because it included statutory terms that only favored the providers.
By Melissa Murphy-Petros, Judy Selmeci, Michael O'Malley
Melissa Murphy-Petros, Judy Selmeci and Michael O'Malley tackle the potential problems on appeal in "Overcoming the Weakness in a Summary Judgment Decision on Appeal" in the April 10, 2017, issue of the New York Law Journal.
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