According to the latest HIPAA-related guidance (Guidance) published by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), a cloud service
As reported in Part 3 of this blog series, Tricare and SAIC did not initially offer credit monitoring services to patients affected by the 2011 Breach made public on September 29, 2011, due to what was then judged to be the low “risk of harm” to those affected.
According to Lender Processing Services - a data and analytics firm that tracks monthly statistics in its loan-level database of nearly 40 million mortgages - mortgage delinquencies fell slightly to 8.09 percent in September from August.
In an October 3, 2011 Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) filing posted on its Web site, SAIC described itself as a FORTUNE 500 scientific, engineering, and technology applications company that uses its deep domain knowledge to solve problems of vital importance to the nation and the world, in national security, energy and the environment, critical infrastructure, and health.
Last week, the U.S. Department of Labor (“DOL”) announced that United States Beef Corp., doing business as Arby’s, has agreed to pay back wages in the amount of $55,838 based on their failure to properly calculate overtime.
A recent public statement (the “Public Statement”) was published regarding a breach (the “2011 Breach”) of protected health information (“PHI”) of nearly 5 million military clinic and hospital patients that involved Science Applications International Corporation (SAI-NYSE) (“SAIC”).
What do “predictive modeling” and “fraud scoring” have to do with arbitrations to recover personal injury protection (PIP) benefits? In some cases, the results generated from these fraud detection techniques may result in a stay of arbitrations, an insurance fraud complaint, a referral to the Office of the Insurance Fraud Prosecutor and an inquiry by the State Board of Medical Examiners
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett signed into law Senate Bill 263, also known as the Data Quality Act.
Purdue University informed 7,093 former students on Monday that their Social Security numbers may have been stolen from servers at the University on April 5, 2010.
Here is a six-step checklist for trademark infringement litigants hoping to prove likelihood of confusion through survey evidence.