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By Leslie Berkoff
the past six months, the number of cybersecurity attacks have increased around the globe, many of which have specifically impacted the healthcare industry.
By Steven Rubin
In recent years plaintiffs have leveraged an area of patent law by filing patent infringement lawsuits in forums which are perceived as being patent plaintiff friendly.
By Jonathan Trafimow
On May 4th Mayor Bill de Blasio signed a new bill into law that, when it goes into effect on October 31, 2017, will bar New York City employers from inquiring about job applicants' salary histories.
By Leslie Berkoff, Krista Kulp
The power of bankruptcy courts to adjudicate Medicare provider agreements has been addressed by several circuit courts in recent years. Given the distressed nature of the health care industry...
By Steven Rubin
On May 30, 2017, the Supreme Court clarified the doctrine of patent exhaustion in Impression Prods. v. Lexmark Int'l.
By Robert Schonfeld
One generally does not think of municipalities, who are often sued under the Federal Fair Housing Act (FHA), as being plaintiffs in actions under that statute.
By Leslie Berkoff, Krista Kulp
One of the many issues that hospitals and other health care providers face when they become insolvent is addressing their Medicare provider agreements and the prohibitions contained within the Medicare Act.
By Leslie Berkoff
In order to set the stage for a successful mediation, it is crucial to select the right mediator. Not every mediator is the right fit for every kind of mediation.
By Steven Rubin
The challenges that come along with securing sensitive information are unprecedented. It has become extremely difficult to protect data which is stored electronically, and breaches have unfortunately become a frequent occurrence.
By Jonathan Trafimow
PFL requires almost all New York employers, regardless of size, to provide eligible employees with 12 weeks of paid leave to engage in "family care," namely, to care for a child following birth...
By Henry Klosowski, Moira Jabir
It is the season of giving which ultimately fuels the season of estate and gift tax audits.
By Jonathan Trafimow, Julia Gavrilov
Many litigants are understandably reluctant to publicly disclose the terms of their settlement agreements.
By Jonathan Trafimow, James Chou
On November 16, 2016, Mayor Bill DeBlasio signed into law a bill to safeguard freelance workers against wage theft by hiring parties.
By Steven Rubin
On December 6, 2016, the Supreme Court clarified the scope of damages in a design patent infringement case.
By Steven Rubin
It was shocking to learn that the recent distributed denial-of-service attack of the nation's internet infrastructure via DNS provider Dyn was aided and abetted by a hijacked army of products...
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