Providing insight and knowledge for legal professionals in the state and federal government.

Will the Supreme Court consider cyberbullying?

May 7, 2014 By: Hon. Thomas A. Jacobs (ret.)

Despite the increasing rate of teen “cyberbullying” and related laws, the Supreme Court does not appear likely to review the issue anytime soon.

New York court, Pennsylvania labor board give direction on GPS tracking of public employees

May 6, 2014 By: Sandra Johnson

Public employers often find themselves embroiled in disputes over the use of technology, such as GPS, to monitor the activities of their employees.

Today in 1958: Law Day is established

May 1, 2014 By: Jeremy Byellin

Law Day is celebrating its 56th birthday today. Here’s a little bit about the history of the holiday.

States Increase Medicaid Anti-Fraud Efforts

Apr 24, 2014 By: Lauren Jones

The Affordable Care Act offers states, including states that will not expand Medicaid, new authority to improve their anti-fraud, waste, and abuse measures.

Free Webinar for City Attorneys: Use Technology to Get the Most Out of Your Workday

Apr 8, 2014 By: Legal Solutions

Attend this free webinar and learn how technology can help you overcome the challenges of rising case complexity and get the most out of your workday.

Provider Consolidation: Boon or bane?

Apr 7, 2014 By: Lauren Jones

ACA implementation increases the demand for provider integration. This demand is, in turn, creating increased consolidation within the health care industry.

Drones, law enforcement, and personal data

Apr 1, 2014 By: Adam Lockhart

The use by law enforcement of drones, or unmanned aerial vehicles, is increasingly becoming the subject of state legislation. Five states have

Not all Judges are Technology Troglodytes

Mar 28, 2014 By: Hon. Kevin Burke

There are very “tech savvy” judges, but we remain a generation where there is a wide disparity as to how comfortable judges are with new technology.

Free webinar on courts workflow

Mar 19, 2014 By: Julia Madigan

Join us for a live, interactive seminar on Wednesday, March 26 at 2:00 pm CST to learn about where courts are headed and how Thomson Reuters can help.

Chapter 9 and public pensions

Mar 18, 2014 By: C. Richard McQueen

The filing in 2013 of a Chapter 9 Bankruptcy Proceeding by the City of Detroit highlights again the growing problem of cities not being able to pay for public pensions.

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