The Life Sciences industry is highly regulated and requires strong partnerships to successfully bring a product to market. As a company prepares for the approval of the FDA planning of its’ commercial supply chains will likely involve a review of the critical Contract Manufacturing Organizations (CMOs).
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Shipping, receiving and storing grain is a highly volatile process that carries with it a wide variety of hazards and associated risks that can result in damage to property and physical injury to individuals. Taking preventive measures to avoid potential hazards, including grain dust explosions, fire, employee engulfment and asphyxiation, are imperative for every business operation in the industry.
Unfortunately, scenes of violence marked by individuals acting out in dramatic fashion have become a fixture of the daily news cycle, too often taking place in a hospital, medical office building or other care centers. Clinicians and healthcare executives carry the responsibility of initiating actions to minimize and mitigate the risk of these events at their facilities.
California Senate Bill SB-396, addresses illegal employment practices including harassment of an employee either directly or indirectly with the employer’s knowledge.
The EU has recently introduced the European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) that extends to effectively regulate US entities that offer goods or services to (or monitor the behavior of) data subjects in the EU.
Complex real estate transactions gone awry can produce lengthy litigation. Even low value, frivolous situations can quickly become protracted litigation with large dollars being spent on what seems like endless defense.
Privately held real estate companies often have structures that don’t fit the traditional corporate mold. Understand professional liability in the world of real estate and hospitality.
In 2017, the Transportation Security Administration issued a six-page advisory document to truck and bus companies to be cautious of potential terrorists. Shortly after, New York City announced spend to install 1,500 cement protective barriers around the city to protect public ways. Other cities are utilizing recessed trenches and creating more public space to put distance between attractions and thoroughfares.
Cline Young writes, “When it comes to small employers, the challenges amount to education, continued communication and restating the facts over and over even when it seems clear everyone has it down. Getting more people involved is better…” Updated October 1, 2018
Prevalent issues in the multivendor 403(b) environment include a lack of vendor oversight, proprietary investment products, and pricing inefficiencies. What actions should 403(b) plan sponsors be taking to mitigate their fiduciary and legal risks? Updated October 1, 2018