Last week, the FTC announced settlements in two health-related proceedings: the first regarding company adherence to privacy practices regarding sensitive health data and the second surrounding false and deceptive COVID-19-related health care claims.
It is not news that industries of all types rely on vendors to provide technology services, applications, and hardware.
Consumers increasingly purchase products based in part on the environmental benefits claimed by advertisers.
On February 24, the Drug Enforcement Administration, in consultation with the Department of Health and Human Services, issued two proposed rules that address the prescribing of controlled substances based solely on a telemedicine encounter.
On February 15, 2023, the Securities and Exchange Commission adopted final rule changes to shorten the standard settlement cycle for most broker-dealer transactions in securities from two business days after the trade date to one business day after the trade date.
The NCAA issued a strong signal Friday on how NIL and recruitment-related violations will be investigated and sanctioned in the “NIL era.”
The Department of Health and Human Services, the Department of Labor and the Department of the Treasury are continuing to respond to decisions by a federal district court in Texas regarding the Independent Dispute Resolution process established to implement the No Surprises Act.
What’s the difference between artificial intelligence (AI) and a monkey (or, more accurately, a crested macaque named Naruto)?
A commercial general liability insurance policy may provide coverage for Telephone Consumer Protection Act class actions, the California Supreme Court has ruled, answering a certified question from the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
A district court erred when it failed to ascertain the number of telephone calls allegedly received by the plaintiffs in a Telephone Consumer Protection Act class action, the Eleventh U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals determined.