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Turning the Tables: Effective Strategies for Shifting the Burden of Attorneys’ Fees
The must-know practical and legal considerations for effectively recovering attorneys’ fees from an opponent. Learn More and Download
Cybersecurity Primer: Federal Statutes Compliance Requirements 2017
This Survey is divided into sectoral areas based on legislative targets, including Health, Education, Finance, Marketing, and Media. Learn More and Download
When Good People Meet Bad Medicine: The Pre-Suit Anatomy & Physiology of a Medical Malpractice Claim
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Privacy in Discovery: De-identified, Non-party Medical Information
We have been doing a significant amount of work in Privacy in Discovery and wanted to share our recent blog [...]Read More
Emerging Litigation: Social Media Marketing & Artificial Intelligence (AI)
Targeted online marketing powered by artificial intelligence (AI) is emerging at the center of major legal battles. One of the [...]Read More
Social Media Discovery and Rule 26
Seventy-two percent of the American public uses social media, according to a 2021 Social Media Fact Sheet by the Pew [...]Read More
Can A Settling Party Still Recover Attorneys’ Fees From The Other Side?
With approximately 200 federal and 2000 state fee-shifting statutes, numerous opportunities exist for a party to seek attorneys’ fees from [...]Read More
Going Beyond Words in Statutory Interpretation
Tweeting in 160 characters or less has taught us that we can make do with little, if any, punctuation. Learning […]Read More
Speaking the Language: New Rules for the ACA
As you probably know, the Department of Health and Human Services has issued its final non-discrimination rule for the Affordable […]Read More
States Are Critical to Opioid Prescription Drug Abuse Crisis
In previous posts, we discussed recent federal-level action taken to address opioid drug use and abuse in this country. Commentators […]Read More
Will the FDA Mandate Training for Opioid Prescribers?
The federal government has employed a number of strategies to deal with the opioid public health crisis. Recognizing the complexity […]Read More
The CDC Opioid Guidelines: Will Voluntary Become Mandatory?
The recent passing of Prince, possibly from alleged use of opioid medication, is one of the many tragic news stories […]Read More
Telemedicine and HIPAA
Any time information is transmitted, there is a risk that it will be seen by someone who is not supposed […]Read More