The trend toward increased regulation and monitoring of opioid prescriptions will result in greater enforcement against physicians, hospitals and pharmacies for failure to ensure that such prescriptions are prescribed and distributed in connection with a legitimate medical purpose.
We all know that it is illegal to bribe foreign government officials in order to get (or retain) business. The U.S. Department of Justice recently announced that it is cracking down on companies that offers these bribes.
Although the law is somewhat unsettled in this area, it is possible for city-owned utility companies to place liens against a landlord’s property for unpaid tenant utility bills without first providing notice to the property owner of the same.
Discussing death and will is difficult for most people, but is critical to providing direction to your family and friends in what will already be a stressful and emotional time. Here are five reasons drawing up a will now can help your beneficiaries later.
Smartphones with voice notes and video cameras - we all have them. Their omnipresence has created a reality in which everything we do and say has the chance of being recorded. But what are the legalities behind using them to record? For instance, is it legal to record a conversation w
The Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, the court responsible for hearing all patent appeals from all 94 federal district courts heard oral arguments in Kraft v. TC Heartland, a patent suit between two operating companies, which could affect all future patent litigation.
If recent statistics are indicative of a new trend resulting from last year’s changes by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) in union election rules and timing, employers must respond more quickly and more effectively than ever to avoid unionization of their workforces.