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By Peter Vogel
E&E (Energy & Environment) News reported that "A recent cyber disruption to the U.S. grid involved a "denial of service condition" at a Western utility, according to a Department of Energy official [DOE]."
By Courtenay Brinckerhoff
The Biologics Price Competition and Innovation Act (BPCIA) has been criticized for creating a complicated framework for resolving patent disputes, often referred to as the biosimilar "patent dance."
By Thomas B. Ferrante, Nathaniel Lacktman
On April 29, 2019, the Florida State Legislature passed HB 23, a law providing additional guidelines on the use of telehealth in the Sunshine State.
By Bennett Epstein
If we're talking about the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), the answer is that there is quite a significant difference. An outside salesperson is not entitled to an overtime premium,
By Alexander R. P. Dunn
As we reported recently, on April 29, 2019, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) issued an opinion letter clarifying its stance on the classification of workers in the gig economy.
By Jillian M. Collins
We previously reported that Massachusetts employers should be preparing for upcoming compliance deadlines under the Massachusetts Paid Family and Medical Leave law,
By Antoinette Konski
The Personalized Medicine Coalition, or the "PMC" is an organization of over 250 members that seeks to promote the understanding and adoption of personalized or precision medicine concepts, services,
By Scott Fredericksen, Olivia S. Singelmann, Hayley K. Wells, Jaime Guerrero, John Turlais, Kristen M. Maryn, Rohan Virginkar
The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) has released updated guidance on evaluating corporate compliance programs. The Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs updates
By Peter Vogel
Reuters interviewed Dave Jevans (CEO of CipherTrace) who said that "Crypto crime has gotten worse because regulations are still weakly enforced.
By Pamela Johnston, Donald Romano, Judith Waltz
On February 14, 2019, CMS' Innovation Center announced its Emergency Triage, Treat, and Transport (ET3) Model for EMS / ambulance suppliers to partner with other health care providers
By Roger Strode, Christopher Donovan
We are pleased to introduce The Health Care Law Today Podcast - your connection to timely health care legal updates.
By Jeffrey Soble
What if the automotive industry builds autonomous vehicles and no one wants them? What if no one trusts them well enough to want to own one or ride in one? This is precisely what was addressed
By Stefan M. Canizares
New York City employers will need to reconsider their drug testing policies. On April 9, 2019, the City Council passed a bill that would prevent most employers
By Jillian M. Collins
As we previously reported, last summer Massachusetts legislators passed a bill adding that state to the growing list of locations requiring that employers offer some sort of paid family leave.
By Peter Vogel
Darkreading.com posted a story that pointed out that "Social media is a great marketing tool for businesses.
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