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By Kate Stewart, Sarah Beth S. Kuyers
Privacy and security compliance obligations for health care companies remain hot topics this spring.
By Katie Weider, Rodney Whitlock, Eli Greenspan
Welcome to the third week of this four week stretch. This week, the House will continue to vote on a number of proposals to address the opioid crisis.
By Daniel Herling
We have been following this developing issue for some time.
By Andrew DeVoogd, Anthony E. Faillaci
According to the Eastern District of Texas, no.
By William L. Coffman
As part of the continuing trade and intellectual property war with China, the U.S. Department of State has implemented a new policy to limit visa validity periods and impose additional security clearances before visa issuance to citizens of the People's Republic of China.
By Jordan Cohen
Earlier this week, I moderated a panel discussion at an event hosted by the New York chapter of the Health Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS).
By Xavier G. Hardy
On Thursday June 14, 2018, the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit ruled against two health plans seeking risk corridors payments from the federal government.
By Michael Renaud, Andrew DeVoogd, Catherine Cheng Xu
A recent order from the Northern District of California provides some succinct guidance on the relevancy of discovery concerning litigation funding.
By Matthew Howsare, Shawn N. Skolky, Charles Samuels
The consumer product safety community is rarely provided guidance by federal court decisions.
By Natalie Young
In our sister blog, ADR: Advice from the Trenches, Don Davis explores back-to-back decisions by New York's intermediate appellate court that applied very narrow state law principles permitting vacatur of...
By Talia S. Primor, Rachel Gholston, Daniel DeWolf
This additional flexibility is one more step forward in facilitating the raising of capital for emerging companies.
By Donald C. Davis
Lest we forget, many are the arbitrations that are subject to state arbitration law rather than the Federal Arbitration Act ("FAA").
By Thomas Burton III, Eric Macaux
Axiom Exergy's name is as meticulous and modern as its product: an "axiom" is an established truth, and "exergy" refers to energy available for use.
By Andrew DeVoogd, Anthony E. Faillaci
The court considered whether the storage units in question are locations where business is done.
By Joel Rothman
The U.S. Supreme Court granted certiorari in China Agritech Inc. v. Resh, to determine whether "[u]pon denial of class certification, may a putative class member, in lieu of promptly joining an existing suit or ...
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