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By Richard Rainey
Many healthcare providers in North Carolina have instituted policies requiring their employees who have patient contact to receive the flu vaccine each year.
By Marjorie Spivak, Gregg Skall, Martin L. Stern
The introduction of new and innovative communications and consumer electronics technologies typically requires years-long FCC proceedings to change service rules ...
By Brent Clinkscale
Womble Bond Dickinson's Brent Clinkscale took part in the inaugural Global Arbitration Review Live Atlanta conference.
By Nellie Shipley Sullivan
The construction industry is ever-changing, with costs, tenant habits and transportation being among the issues constantly in flux.
By Erin P. Fitzgerald
Womble Bond Dickinson telecom attorney and Rural Wireless Association, Inc. (RWA) Regulatory Counsel Erin Fitzgerald testified before a joint congressional subcommittee ...
By Barry Herman, Preston Heard, Michael F. Nullet
Womble Bond Dickinson/Moyles IP client DynaEnergetics US, Inc. once again has earned a critical victory in an ongoing IP dispute with a competitor company.
By Belton Zeigler
Meet Peter — a longtime employee and the backbone of your business's day-to-day finance and accounting operations.
By Theodore F. Claypoole, Orla O'Hannaidh, Darryl Webb
If your company is a data controller under the GDPR (for US companies, follow this flowchart), then your company will need to update its privacy policy or privacy notice.
By John F. Garziglia
Womble Bond Dickinson telecom lawyer John Garziglia continues to examine the FCC's proposed Class C4 FM classification, this time speaking to Communications Daily.
By Theresa Sprain, John Pueschel, Jennifer Nusbaum
With Hy-Brand vacated, the joint employment standard returns to the standard articulated in Browning-Ferris Industries.
By Gregg Skall
To date, AM radio stations have received more than 1,100 FM translators via an FCC application window.
By Erin P. Fitzgerald
After a number of high-profile commercial cyberattacks, business leaders are becoming increasingly aware of the need for a cybersecurity plan of action.
By Julie Hopkins
Julie Hopkins, Vice President, and Adam Holofcener, Executive Director, of Maryland Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts, convened on the Maryland General Assembly on Thursday, February 22, 2018, for Maryland Arts Day.
By Joseph Tirone, Michael F. Dow, Brian D. Meltzer
On January 1, 2018, the Maryland Energy Administration (MEA) kicked off a program designed to encourage installation of energy storage systems in the state of Maryland.
By John F. Garziglia
More radio broadcasters will need to comply with the FCC's OPIF requirements starting March 1, and Womble Bond Dickinson telecom lawyer John Garziglia discussed the requirements with Radio World.
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