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- New Security Risks for Providers
Crain's New York Business - Health Pulse | August 20, 2015
Health Care partner Rebecca Simone provides commentary on the struggle some health care providers face working to ensure the security and HIPAA compliance of outside business partners with access to electronic medical records.
- Post-Daimler Decisions Confirm the High Bar for General Jurisdiction over Product Manufacturers
TerraLex Connections | July 15, 2015
This column discusses a survey of lower court decisions in the sixteen months since the Supreme Court's decision in Daimler AG v. Bauman. This survey confirms that courts are applying a high bar with more uniform results as to when general jurisdiction will be found. Partner and co-leader of the Commercial Litigation practice Joe Ortego, San Francisco Commercial Litigation partner Eric Strain and New York City Commercial Litigation associate Zack Stillings co-authored the piece.
- Obama's Overtime Proposal Could Be Costly for Colleges
The Chronicle of Higher Education | July 1, 2015
Long Island Labor & Employment partner Tara Daub provides commentary in this article on the Obama administration’s proposed overtime pay rules.