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By Kyle Y. Faget
In a final rule published on January 19, 2017, HHS and several federal departments and agencies made revisions to the Common Rule ...
By Peter Vogel
Harvard announced that "The Library Innovation Lab at the Harvard Law School Library has completed its Caselaw Access Project, an endeavour to digitize every reported state and federal US legal case
By Nathaniel Lacktman
Starting January 1, 2019, the Medicare program will cover certain medical services delivered via asynchronous telemedicine technologies.
By Leslie A. Pinney
On October 17, 2018, politicians expected to finalize Brexit terms at a 24-hour summit of European Union leaders in Brussels.
By Courtenay Brinckerhoff
The USPTO has devised a plan to address the IDS PTA deduction error that incorrectly charges a Patent Term Adjustment (PTA) deduction ...
By Jessica Joseph
The New York City Council just passed two bills that will require employers to provide lactation rooms to breastfeeding employees, as well as develop a lactation policy and processes for employees to...
By Philip Babler
This article is the third installment in our series on the Wisconsin Supreme Court's recently completed 2017-18 term.
By Antoinette Konski
This year marks the 15th anniversary of the completion of the Human Genome Project.
By Nathaniel Lacktman
Telemedicine providers rejoice: Medicare will cover new virtual care services starting January 1, 2019.
By Erin Horton
It has been just over a month since Massachusetts' comprehensive noncompetition reform law took effect. We explained the key provisions of the law last summer.
By Peter Vogel reported that a court ruled that the South Korean commercial bank Nonghyup could not terminate a contract even though Nonghyup was trying to comply with ...
By Nathaniel Lacktman
Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) is the next big thing in medical care; patients just don't know it yet.
By Jeffrey Soble
We might be at least part of the way through the looking glass in the Automotive Industry as OEMs, led by General Motors,
By George Quillin
Return Mail, Inc. has persuaded the Supreme Court to grant cert. to decide whether the government is a "person" who may petition to institute AIA proceedings.
By Philip Babler
This installment is the second in our series on the Wisconsin Supreme Court's 2017-18 term. For the previous installment, click here.
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