On May 31, Connecticut’s legislature approved comprehensive legislation establishing paid family and medical leave and ...
In Josef K. v. California Physicians’ Service, No. 18-cv-06385-YGR (U.S. District Court for the Northern District of ...
Oklahoma Heart Hospital (OHH) has agreed to pay $2.8 Million to settle U.S. and Oklahoma government claims that the hospital ...
Under both New York and federal law, a party is entitled to seek an order to compel arbitration if it is “aggrieved” by ...
This is a continuation of our attempt to analyze the various single payor health care proposals that are being made during ...
On May 31, the UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) published its policy statement titled “Proposals to Promote Shareholder Engagement: Feedback to CP19/7 and Final Rules” (PS19/13), which implements ...
Maine Governor Janet Mills has signed into law “An Act Authorizing Earned Employee Leave,” the first law in the nation to ...
On June 11, 2019, the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit overturned the 2018 version of MSHA ...
As noted in prior posts, the Ninth Circuit opened the door, albeit narrowly, to cannabis company bankruptcies when it issued ...
Employees routinely talk with their supervisors about work-related issues and problems. In the context of a retaliation ...
Given the broad duty to defend rules in most jurisdictions, liability insurers often find that they must — or perhaps should ...
For well over a year now since the D.C. Circuit’s opinion in ACA International v. FCC, the pendulum has swung back and forth amongst federal courts on the definition of an automatic telephone dialing ...