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Social media is an ever-increasing area of litigation. Facebook users spend more than 10.5 billion minutes per day on the website, for example.
The OIG Compendium provides a summary of opportunities to ‘achieve cost savings, improve programme management and ensure quality of care and safety of beneficiaries.’...
In the latest effort by the government of Mongolia to increase foreign investment and accelerate economic activity, the Great Khural has adopted the Law of Mongolia on Petroleum.
Health Alert — Gray v Richards; Psychology Board of Australia v G; health insurance legislation amendment; and more
DLA Piper has released the 20 October 2014 issue of its Health Alert, which focuses on judgments, legislation and reports in the health sector.
E-health and fitness/wellness applications are being investigated and potentially sanctioned by the Italian data protection authority.
This article briefly surveys risks from the US healthcare perspective when companies choose to adopt a BYOD policy.
The High Court of Australia has held that the termination of an employee for holding up a ‘scab’ sign while engaging in lawful industrial activity did not breach the Fair Work Act.
Pensions News — September 2014: budget reforms; legislation; public service pension schemes; and more
This edition of Pensions News summarises the key developments from September 2014.
John Swinney, the Scottish government’s finance secretary, has announced the proposed rates and bands for the new Scottish property transaction tax.
The Financial Report — competitive review process for merging US banks; mirror trading; ESMA updates CRA data; and more download
The Financial Report offers financial news from the Americas, the Asia-Pacific and Europe.