After a year-long delay, the Olympics are beginning today and there’s been plenty of content for our legal bloggers on the global matter. That definitely dominated the headlines in our community this week as bloggers put the worldwide sporting event into…Continue Reading Top 10 in Law Blogs: Olympics, COVID FAQs, digital marketing trends
Democratic Senators Chuck Schumer, Cory Booker, and Ron Wyden recently unveiled the latest legislative attempt to make cannabis legal at the federal level. The Cannabis Administration and Opportunity Act (CAOA)…Continue Reading Senate Democrats Unveil Comprehensive New Federal Cannabis Legalization Bill
Here is a reprint of an article by Stephen T. Kopko, Esq. of Cummins Law which was recently published by the Pennsylvania Law Weekly on July 1, 2020.
Use of …Continue Reading ARTICLE: Use of Police Reports in State and Federal Court Auto Accident Matters by Stephen T. Kopko
H.K. v. R.C., Date filed: 2021-07-15, Court: Supreme Court, New York, Judge: Justice Matthew Cooper, Case Number: 305890/13:
“In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been a marked…Continue Reading CHILD CUSTODY – RELOCATION PERMITTED WITHOUT HEARING AND THE "SUBURBAN FACTOR"
In the case of Jones v. Ritchie, No. 4983-Civil-2019 (C.P. Monroe Co. June 28, 2021 Williamson, J.), the court granted a defendant-owner’s motion for summary judgment on a negligent…Continue Reading Summary Judgment Secured on Negligent Entrustment Claim
The NYS Academy of Trial Lawyers announced the premiere of “Special Term,” a live stream of virtual court proceedings, which started Thursday, July 15, 2021, featuring civil motion arguments from…Continue Reading EVERY THURSDAY – LIVE NY COURT "SPECIAL TERM"
“Are You Human?” Using gender neutral language in employment documents can reduce stigma and open a dialogue.
Are you human? Are you a good human? These are the questions employers should really be asking—the days of gender roles and glass ceilings should be behind us. So why…Continue Reading “Are You Human?” Using gender neutral language in employment documents can reduce stigma and open a dialogue.
Our colleague Lauren Petrin of Epstein Becker Green has a new post on Health Law Advisor that will be of interest to our readers: “DOJ’s Recent Telehealth Enforcement Action…Continue Reading DOJ’s Recent Telehealth Enforcement Action Highlights Increased Abuse of COVID-19 Waivers
On July 1, 2021, the Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) finalized a new Made in USA labeling rule that becomes effective August 13, 2021. The new rule codifies the FTC’s “all…Continue Reading FTC Finalizes its “Made in USA” Labeling Rule
Quick HitContinue Reading DOL Issues Proposed Rule on Raising Minimum Wage to $15 per Hour for Federal Contractor Employees
Today I was tagged in the following tweet: Think the objection is primarily an aesthetic one. Can’t resist tagging @AdamsDrafting in on this. — Levins Solicitors (@LevinsLaw) July 23, 2021…Continue Reading Rely on MSCD, Tune Out the Cacophony
New Stablecoin and CBDC Developments, Blockchain Enterprise Initiatives Announced, Crypto Financial Services Firm Targeted by State Regulators
In this issue:Continue Reading New Stablecoin and CBDC Developments, Blockchain Enterprise Initiatives Announced, Crypto Financial Services Firm Targeted by State Regulators
On June 29, 2021, the Federal Government passed Bill C-30, Budget Implementation Act, 2021, No. 1, introducing a number of changes impacting federally regulated workplaces and extending existing COVID-19…Continue Reading Federal Budget Bill Changes Canada Labour Code and Economic Support Programs
HMRC have released a consultation proposing that all self-employed businesses will be taxed on profits earned in a tax year, rather than on the profits of the accounting year ending…Continue Reading The End of Overlap Profits for Self-Employed Partners?
On June 17, 2021, the Supreme Court rejected another attempt to dismantle the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (“ACA”) in its highly-anticipated decision in Texas v. California. However…Continue Reading Supreme Court Rejects Challenges to the Affordable Care Act in Texas v. California
In previous Med Law Blog posts, we have featured examples of increased enforcement in the telehealth area, including the recent creation of the National Rapid Response Strike Force, announced by…Continue Reading Ongoing Federal Telehealth Fraud Enforcement
I was joined by restaurant owner and entrepreneur Madelyn Alfano to discuss how she built Maria’s Italian Kitchen, a successful restaurant with multiple locations in the Los Angeles area…Continue Reading Five Key Insights From My Interview with Madelyn Alfano, Owner of Maria’s Italian Kitchen