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By Melinda McLellan, James Sherer
In our 2017 BakerHostetler Data Security Incident Response Report, we addressed the increasingly ubiquitous scourge of ransomware, one of the fastest-growing types of malware causing data security incidents.
By John Lewis
In Oliveira v. New Prime, Inc., No. 15-2364 (May 12, 2017), the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit confronted two arbitration-related questions of first impression in that Circuit.
By Melinda McLellan, Jonathan Forman
On May 17, 2017, the Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations (OCIE) of the United States SEC issued a risk alert highlighting the importance of registered broker-dealers, investment advisers...
By Todd Lebowitz
Anyone hiring a solo independent contractor in New York City will need to comply with the Freelance Isn't Free Act, which takes effect May 15, 2017. Anyone. Individuals included.
By Michael Ferguson, Christian Jones, Adam Higgins, Tyler Thompson
Legislation reauthorizing FDA user fees for prescription and generic drugs, biosimilars, and medical devices won wide bipartisan approval last week in a Senate committee, teeing up approval...
By Robert Wolin
Time spent drafting and negotiating an agreement often pays dividends in assuring that each party gets the benefits they desire through the agreement and incurs obligations no greater than they intended.
By B. Scott McBride, Jennifer Whitton
The DOJ's 39-page complaint alleges that United had fraudulently obtained inflated risk adjustment payments by over reporting diagnosis codes for MA beneficiaries since 2005.
By Jeffrey Murray Jr.
The use of efficiencies as a defense remains without a firm footing in law when a transaction has demonstrable and substantial anticompetitive effects.
By Michael Ferguson, Christian Jones, Adam Higgins, Tyler Thompson
Legislation reauthorizing FDA user fees for prescription and generic drugs, biosimilars, and medical devices won wide bipartisan approval last week in a Senate committee...
By Michael Taylor, Daniel Birnbaum
On May 17, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration announced that employers do not have to file injury and illness information online with OSHA by the July 1 filing deadline.
By Danyll W. Foix
Recent years have seen some upheaval in the lower courts on whether classes may be certified when they include members who lack actual injury.
By Thomas W. Hartin
Legendary rock band Eagles, Ltd. (The Eagles), filed suit on May 1 against the owners of the Hotel California Baja LLC in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California.
By John Lewis
Some wondered why the U.S. Supreme Court granted certiorari in Kindred Nursing Centers L.P. v. Clark, No. 16-32...
By Saima Sheikh, Amanda Garofalo
Following the Supreme Court decision that same sex marriages are legal, there has been a movement to further expand rights and protections against sexual orientation bias.
By Jonathan Forman
Early in May, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit in Whalen v. Michaels Stores, Inc., No. 16-260 (L) (2d Cir. May 2, 2017), affirmed the dismissal of a data breach class action...
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