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By Natalie A. Prescott
As more and more states seek to expand biometric privacy protection, plaintiffs begin to explore new claims under these legislative schemes
By Aaron L. Josephson, Tara Dwyer
As we noted in our previous blog post, there are several legislative priorities in the health care space that could see action this year.
By Benjamin Zegarelli
Since the 21st Century Cures Act became law in December 2016, we have been keeping track of the Food and Drug Administration's actions to carry out its obligations under the relatively new law.
By Jennifer Rubin, Audrey Nguyen
California AB 51's ban on mandatory employment arbitration remains stayed for now.
By Cynthia Larose
If you haven't been paying attention to all the Microsoft warnings for the past year and your company is still running Windows 7, time's up.
By Lindsey H. Steinberg
A U.S. immigrant may feel that receiving a green card (permanent residence) is the end goal of their immigration journey.
By Aaron L. Josephson
On December 20, 2019, the President signed into law a bill to fund the federal government through September 30, 2020.
By Xavier G. Hardy
However, whether or not the decision marks the end of serious challenges to the ACA's risk adjustment program remains unclear.
By Gilbert Samberg
"Class arbitration" signifies the utilization of the Fed.R.Civ.P. 23 protocol in an arbitration proceeding. A fundamental question among many concerning the legal viability of "class arbitration"
By Jennifer Rubin
After being in effect for a year, California's groundbreaking gender parity law for public company boards, while under legal attack, has not (yet) been enjoined in a similar manner
By Ellyn Sternfield, Daryl M. Berke
On December 16, 2019, a nationwide coalition of hospitals sued HHS to block implementation of the 340B rate cuts contained in the 2020 Hospital Outpatient Prospective Payment System
By Joanne Hawana, Tara Dwyer
At the end of July 2019, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA)...
By Sarah Beth S. Kuyers, Dianne Bourque, Ellen Janos
As the decade winds down, it's hard to believe that the HIPAA Privacy and Security Rules are almost twenty years old. It has been ten years since the U.S. Department
By Cynthia Larose
The short answer is "no". The CCPA has a specific definition for "service provider" at Section 1798.140(v) – see our annotated version of the CCPA here
By Jennifer Rubin, Audrey Nguyen
AB 5's elimination of independent contracting as we know it in California will have significant legal consequences for businesses doing business in California
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