Yesterday a California appellate court lambasted the NCAA for its shoddy procedures in investigating major infractions, such as the one involving Reggie Bush several years ago.
Since our last newsletter, a lot has been going on in white collar enforcement… so much so that we decided to devote an entire newsletter to it.
Long before Airbnb, short-term home rental platforms, such as VRBO and Vacation Home Rentals, connected individuals looking for hotel alternatives.
Ruling in a closely watched data security case, an administrative law judge of the Federal Trade Commission dismissed a lawsuit against LabMD for allegedly violating Section 5 of the Federal Trade Commission Act for failing to take appropriate security measures to protect the information of its ...
On December 2, Lord Sebastian Coe was grilled by members of the British Parliament, in which he had previously been a member, about corruption and doping problems in the International Association of Athletic Federations, of which he is president.
CMS concludes no QHPs can be certified as comparable to CHIP coverage; California's Marketplace plans to connect consumers to vision coverage issuers; and states react to CMS's proposed HealthCare.gov user fee.
The California Supreme Court released its long-awaited opinion in Center for Biological Diversity v. California Department of Fish and Wildlife on Monday, November 30.
Stating that the New York Department of Financial Services believes cybersecurity to be one of the most critical issues facing the financial world today, the agency sent a letter to state and federal regulators outlining potential new cybersecurity regulation requirements.
In an impassioned speech on November 13, 2015, outgoing Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear (D) made the case for why Governor-elect Matt Bevin should continue the healthcare reforms enacted in Kentucky under the Affordable Care Act (ACA).