A California court was recently asked to address the issue of use of the “Google Glass” device while driving. This case is likely to be one of many that will examine the scope of permissible use of Google Glass and other increasingly prevalent visual display devices.
Today, we take a look at law firm hiring. In particular, we discuss modern hiring practices, and problems with conventional wisdom regarding the selection process.
Feb 6, 2014 By: John K. DiMugno
While specialty cyber risk insurance policies are now available, most organizations that have been victimized by computer data breaches have sought insurance coverage for these costs under standard property and CGL policies
Changing the Rules of the Game, Part II: Proposed Amendments to the Federal Civil Rules Potentially Shift Discovery Costs and Raise Bar for Awarding Sanctions When Evidence is Destroyed
Feb 5, 2014 By: Mark P. Chalos
The Advisory Committee on the Civil Rules is currently considering sweeping amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. Although the proposed
Feb 5, 2014 By: Ferd H. Mitchell
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) is resulting in significant revisions in the access to and availability of health care services in Washington State, and affecting all Elder Law practices.
Feb 5, 2014 By: Elizabeth T. Brown
The indirect-purchaser and the end-payor plaintiffs in the Skelaxin multidistrict antitrust litigation have lost their bid for class certification.