A summary of some recent noteworthy district-level decisions applying and interpreting Facebook follows.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced last week that it had sent a Notice of Penalty Offenses (Notice) to more than 700 businesses “placing them on notice they could incur significant civil penalties—up to $43,792 per violation—if they use endorsements in ways that run ...
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues across the United States, states, payers, and providers are looking for ways to expand access to telehealth services.
The Biden Administration released an interim final rule with comment period on September 30 that answers an important remaining question under the No Surprises Act.
On September 21, 2021, the New York Department of Financial Services released its pre-proposed regulations to implement the commercial financing disclosure requirements in S5470-B and S898.
The 2021 New York State Legislative session resulted in the enactment of significant legislation impacting New York’s nursing home industry.
In one of the first cases involving a request for an injunction against a private employer’s vaccine mandate, a federal court refused to put a stop to the employer’s mandatory vaccination policy.
As the legislative term came to an end in California, several employment-related bills were enacted.
The Securities and Exchange Commission’s whistleblower program hit a big milestone, topping $1 billion in awards in less than a decade (it began in 2012).
The retroactive application of Dynamex may permit a Grubhub driver’s suit alleging he was misclassified as an independent contractor, according to a new decision from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.