Compliance

My Boyfriend Made Me Do It

Dow Jones & Co., publisher of The Wall Street Journal, where the alleged fraud involving Theranos founder and CEO Elizabeth Holmes was unearthed in a […]

Understand Cryptocurrency? Well, You Don’t Have To In Order To Vote For Taxing Its Brokers

A provision that addresses cryptocurrency survived bipartisan negotiations and remains in the recently passed Senate version of the infrastructure bill. An opinion piece by New […]

The Dicey Question Of Transparency After A Cyberattack

Solar Winds is said to have gone public the day after it learned from cybersecurity company FireEye about the spectacular beach it had suffered. “I’ve […]

Litigation, “Citizen Voice,” Blamed For Swollen Infrastructure Budgets

The $39 billion allocated for transit in the current version of the infrastructure bill sounds like a lot of money, but it’s hardly going to […]

Ex-Prosecutor In Central Park Jogger Case May Proceed With Defamation Suit v Netflix

A federal court has ruled that a former prosecutor in the “Central Park Five” case can proceed with her defamation lawsuit against Netflix and two […]

George Mason Law Prof Who Had The Virus Sues Over Vaccine Mandate

A law professor at George Mason University has sued university officials over the school’s mask and vaccine policies. Plaintiff Todd Zywicki alleges they violate both […]

Claiming Multiple “Occurrences,” Healthcare Chain Sues For $1B Over Covid Biz-Interruption

A Pennsylvania healthcare conglomerate has sued its carrier for up to a $1 billion, over denial of its business interruption claims. The plaintiff, Allegheny Health […]

Pfizer Wants Court Approval Of Its Drug Reimbursement Program. Is It Charity Or Kickback?

In 2018, Pfizer settled a federal lawsuit that alleged the company was using a foundation to funnel money to patients for their co-pays for Pfizer […]

“Drip Pricing” In The Crosshairs

A practice that has rankled consumers for years has been flagged by law school professor and public interest attorney Max Sarinsky. Along with some colleagues […]

“Hack-Back” Legislation May Get Senate Hearing. Critics Are Skeptical.

A bipartisan bill that could lead to private companies being allowed to “hack back” at cyber-attackers has been introduced in the Senate. The draft “Study […]

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