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This posting was written by Jeffrey May, Editor of CCH Trade Regulation Reporter.The U.S. Court of Appeals in Cincinnati has refused to set aside or correct a sentence imposed on an administrator in a Michigan public school district who pleaded guilty to charges arising from the Justice...
Live in Los Angeles or via webinar, please join Kelley Drye & Warren LLP on April 23 for an afternoon program covering privacy-related trends in enforcement, class action litigation, and insurance recovery. Click here to register for the webinar. Privacy Law Symposium and Webinar: Enforcement,...
Although Pinterest launched just two years ago, the site already boasts over 10 million users and a staggering number of page views every day. Both numbers are growing quickly. Companies are paying attention to this rapid growth and — much like the early days of Facebook — many are...
This posting was written by Jeffrey May, Editor of CCH Trade Regulation Reporter.Antitrust claims against “Beatport”—an online marketplace that catered to consumers and producers of “Electronic Dance Music”—and a related “Beta” nightclub were adequately alleged, the federal district court in Denver...
This posting was written by Cheryl Beise, Editor of CCH Guide to Computer Law.The 47-member Council of Europe (COE) announced on March 15 the adoption of a four-year Internet Governance Strategy to promote the universality, integrity, and openness of the Internet while protecting users’ rights.The...
By Jennifer J. Thomas The United States Department of Health and Human Services, Offices for Civil Rights (“OCR”) and BlueCross Blue Shield of Tennessee (“BCBST”) announced a settlement this week for $1.5 million for a breach of protected health information under the Health...
As a follow up to his excellent presentations at the recent hospitality forums hosted by Garvey Schubert Barer’s Hospitality, Travel & Tourism Practice Group, Gregg Rodgers offered to prepare today’s post on the often discussed, but horribly misunderstood, EB-5 program. Gregg...
Garvey Schubert Barer’s Hospitality, Travel & Tourism Practice Group, in conjunction with program sponsors and presenters, recently hosted two morning Hospitality Forums in Seattle, Washington and Portland, Oregon. The forums were designed for hotel owners, developers, investors and...
This posting was written by Jeffrey May, Editor of CCH Trade Regulation Reporter.Federal legislative proposals that would have repealed the antitrust exemption enjoyed by freight railroads and would have permitted the U.S. Department of Justice to sue Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries...
By Bradley C. Myers, Charles S. McCowan, Jr., and M. Dwayne Johnson The Louisiana Supreme Court recently issued a major decision in favor of industry by reversing the rulings of a trial court and an appellate court that found plaintiffs in a toxic tort case were entitled to an award of punitive...