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What’s in a Pronoun? Liability for Employers

USA - February 9 2017 Political correctness in the workplace has become increasingly complex. Employers who have referred to transitioning employees with the wrong pronoun

States may step into void created by demise of DOL’s overtime rule

USA - February 14 2017 Since the Department of Labor announced the new overtime rule last May, we have been closely following its rocky implementation in a series of posts

Keep Hotel Construction Contracts As Well-Equipped As Guest Rooms

USA - January 30 2017 Hotel construction contracts can be among the most powerful tools to help developers comply with brand standards. This article will focus on the

Potential Implications to the ACA Under the Incoming Republican Administration - Part IV: Pharmacies

USA - January 30 2017 The Affordable Care Act (ACA), as a whole, did not have a significant impact on pharmacy services per se. However, a complete repeal would likely

Lack of Timely Action and Knowledge of Risk Results in $3.2 Million Civil Monetary Penalty for HIPAA Violations

USA - February 7 2017 Children’s Medical Center of Dallas (Children’s) was hit with a $3.2 million civil penalty from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

States may step into void created by demise of DOL’s overtime rule

USA - February 14 2017 Since the Department of Labor announced the new overtime rule last May, we have been closely following its rocky implementation in a series of posts

What’s in a Pronoun? Liability for Employers

USA - February 9 2017 Political correctness in the workplace has become increasingly complex. Employers who have referred to transitioning employees with the wrong pronoun

New Executive Order for Hurricane Matthew Further Extends Tolling Period for Certain Permits and Approvals

USA - February 8 2017 Executive Order (EO) 17-16, issued by Governor Scott on January 26, 2017, provides a second 60-day extension of the state of emergency declared for

Lack of Timely Action and Knowledge of Risk Results in $3.2 Million Civil Monetary Penalty for HIPAA Violations

USA - February 7 2017 Children’s Medical Center of Dallas (Children’s) was hit with a $3.2 million civil penalty from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Lack of Timely Action and Knowledge of Risk Results in $3.2 Million Civil Monetary Penalty for HIPAA Violations

USA - February 7 2017 Children’s Medical Center of Dallas (Children’s) was hit with a $3.2 million civil penalty from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services