Wrap-up of the most popular posts on the Westlaw Insider this week

December 1, 2012

To kick off your weekend, here is a  review of some of the most popular posts on our blog this week.

Westlaw InsiderLGBT in OT 2012: Will SCOTUS use “rational basis” or “intermediate scrutiny” on DOMA?

Windsor is not the only DOMA ruling seeking an audience with the Supreme Court, however. For instance, Golinski v. U.S. Office of Personnel Management is a case currently awaiting a decision in the Ninth Circuit Court of appeals after oral arguments were heard in September.

Health Insurance Exchanges and Deadlines Under the ACA: Part 1 of 2: What are the Choices?

The extension of deadlines for setting up Health Insurance Exchanges under the Affordable Care Act, most recently in a letter from HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius on Thursday, November 15, 2012, has put both the Exchanges and upcoming deadlines in focus.

“Agressive” cat : Headnote of the Day

House guest could not recover against homeowner for personal injuries to guest as result of falling after owner’s cat brushed against guest’s legs

Is There a “Right to be Forgotten”?

In January 2012, the European Commission published proposed data protection rules that included a right for citizens of Europeto have their digital histories deleted from public access.  This is commonly known as, the “right to be forgotten.”