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Health Care in the Cloud - Think You Are Doing Fine on Cloud Nine? Hey, You! Think Again. Better Get Off of My Cloud.
This post was written by Vicky G. Gormanly and Joseph I. Rosenbaum. The interest level in storing health records in digital format has grown rapidly with the lower cost and greater availability and reliability of interoperable storage mechanisms and devices. Health care providers like...
The last eighteen months have seen numerous new sanctions regimes introduced by the EU, UN and the U.S. Reed Smith has issued a series of Client Alerts already this year as and when new or changed sanctions regimes have been introduced. Amongst the energy and commodity trading and the shipping...
This post was written by Steven D. Tibbets and Lorraine M. Campos. In early 2011, Congress passed the James Zadroga 9/11 Health and Compensation Act of 2010 (“9/11 Act”). A last-minute amendment to the statute imposed a two-percent excise tax on foreign contractors to fund health...
The International Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) announced last week that it has approved the plan for unlimited new gTLDs, and that ICANN will be taking applications from January 12 to April 12, 2012. The nightmare of many brand owners fearing that ICANN would adopt a system of...
Of Russians and nuclear energy … Line of the Day goes to Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-VT) from this article about the Civilian Extraterritorial Jurisdictions Act I'm not sure how much traction this will get, but if you are in the bribery business, consider this your warning. The...