In a split vote, the Federal Communications Commission approved a new net neutrality measure that would ban fast lanes and re-label broadband as a utility similar to water, gas, and electricity.
In a settlement announced on February 24, 2015, the SEC found Goodyear to be in violation of the FCPA in connection with bribes paid by two foreign subsidiaries, one of which came into Goodyear’s ownership through acquisition.
In this issue of the newsletter, the focus of our review of new California laws shifts from leaves of absence to protection for discrimination, harassment, and retaliation.
The Court of Appeal affirmed the trial court decision upholding an agreement between the City of San Marcos and a property owner that required the property owner to pay over $2 million in impact mitigation fees for a project that was never built.
In the last two months, Virtual Reality (VR) has become the featured event in the media and in industry events, creating great buzz and excitement around the possibilities for transforming user experiences across all domains.
A putative class action alleging violations of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act by Bebe Stores will move forward after a California federal court judge denied defendant’s motion to dismiss.
According to data released by CMS, 7.7 million consumers, or 87 percent of those on the Federally-facilitated Marketplace with a 2015 plan selection qualified for tax credits to subsidize premium costs.
Bringing consumer choice to mobile applications, the Digital Advertising Alliance released “AppChoices,” a free app that will allow consumers to opt out of tracking on mobile devices.
In recent weeks, both Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) Director Richard Cordray and Deputy Director Steven Antonakes have provided insight about the Bureau’s operations.
King v. Burwell speculation has been rampant since the Supreme Court heard oral testimony on Wednesday.