Latest Legal News
July 13th
The broadened definition allows for HHS to hold law firms directly liable for HIPAA violations.
July 13th
While settled law says that the attorney-client privilege applies in a corporate setting, the mere involvement of a lawyer in a business transaction does not create a right to withhold communications on the basis of privilege.
July 13th
Drones are in the news, but what do they mean for lawyers? From FAA regulations to the risk of uninsured liability for crashes to invasion of privacy lawsuits, attorneys need to understand this new world of readily available, unpiloted aircraft.
July 13th
Effective counter-piracy measures include training crews; creating a citadel on ships to protect crews from hijackers; using armed escorts and/or privately contracted, armed, security personnel; and keeping the vessels' routes hidden from prying eyes by u…
July 10th
State and local taxing authorities across Texas have focused on the aviation industry as a potential source of tax revenue.
July 6th
If one low-level employee has the PHI of 500 individuals on a laptop computer that is stolen by identity thieves and the employee does not report the theft for 30 days, he could single-handedly subject the company to a $1.5 million fine.
July 6th
Our judiciary, opposing counsel, witnesses, clients, prospective clients, jurors, experts and even our grandparents are, for better or for worse, amassing impressive digital footprints on social media sites.
July 6th
In a dispute with a woman he divorced 25 years ago, Smokey Robinson now seeks a declaratory judgment that he had the sole right to reclaim certain copyright assets and that those rights, once reclaimed, vest solely in him.
July 6th
Here are five questions the legal department should ask when drafting agreements, with an eye toward making them enforceable.
July 6th
It's summer and time for the Work Matters annual summer book review. So, get out the sun lotion, pack up the beach bag and fire up the e-readers.