In FY 2018, the federal government won or negotiated more than $2.3 billion in healthcare fraud judgments and settlements.
Digital technology is redefining every segment of healthcare—from drug discovery and clinical trials to patient treatment and monitoring.
California enacted its law last year which applies to “any device, or other physical object that is capable of connecting to the Internet, directly or indirectly, and that is assigned an IP or Bluetooth address.”
Sandra Bullock and Ellen DeGeneres have teamed up to combat fake endorsements in a new California state court action.
Accusing rapper Chanel West Coast of trying to capitalize upon her “extraordinary level of popularity and fame,” Sharon Stone filed suit against the musician over the song “Sharon Stoned.”
Performance and comparative superiority claims for an air purifier should be discontinued, the National Advertising Division (NAD) recently recommended, although the advertiser plans to appeal part of the decision.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is moving forward with new enforcement initiatives even as it concedes its structure is unconstitutional. We discuss the latest developments.
Oversight of student loan servicing remains top of mind for state regulators, with new regulations taking effect in New York, California, Colorado and Maine, and with several other states considering similar measures.
In addition to providing for the establishment of public banks, the recent California legislative session resulted in the passage of a significant bill capping interest rates on certain types of loans.
On September 26, 2019, a proposed ballot measure titled the Fairness for Injured Patients Act was filed in California.