California’s first-of-its-kind law mandating diversity on boards of directors was declared unconstitutional by a superior court in April.
The U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit, has certified two questions to the California Supreme Court about the liability of employers when an employee contracts COVID-19 at work and brings the virus home to a spouse.
The legality of the use of artificial intelligence in employment decision making should be on the radar for employers, as multiple regulators are addressing the issue.
The California legislature has several employment-related bills under consideration, including a law that would prohibit discrimination against marijuana users, another that would provide protections for employees with safety concerns and allow them to leave work without notice, and a measure that ...
Last week, the Center for Drug Evaluation and Research at the Food and Drug Administration launched a new program to coordinate and centralize CDER’s rare disease activities.
U.S. economic sanctions against Russian interests have been building in response to the developing situation between the Russian Federation and Ukraine.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services released the final 2023 Notice of Benefit and Payment Parameters, the annual rule outlining key policies for the individual and group health insurance markets for plan year 2023 and beyond.
The United States continues to face a behavioral health crisis that has worsened due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
In CosmoKey Solutions GMBH & Co. KG v. Duo Security LLC, the Federal Circuit held that an improved method for overcoming computer hacking by turning on and off the authentication process was patent eligible.
Recent events illustrate that the e-gaming industry—developers, publishers, esports leagues and teams, and the financial machinations behind them—are significant targets for cyberattacks, theft and cyber-criminality.