Electronic mobile devices such as smartphones, tablets, and other personal digital assistants are having a positive impact in healthcare. Clinicians have access at their fingertips to data such as current prescription information, patient data and clinical alerts. These devices come in handy for e-visits, medical news updates and to help improve communication between physicians and their colleagues. Surgeons use streaming audio to enhance concentration during surgery and the photographic capability of their devices to help educate post-operative patients.
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Welcome to the Summer 2018 edition of Field to Fork. This communication authored by various members of the Gallagher Food & Agribusiness Practice and is designed to be a tool for sharing industry information, new regulations, Gallagher Food & Agribusiness products and much more.
Every driver has to deal with emergency vehicles on the road, and in most states the law is very specific as to what a driver must do when an emergency vehicle is encountered. As professional drivers we are concerned with the law, but we are also concerned with what is the safe, responsible and professional way to handle these situations.
In this issue, large employment practices awards that include substantial punitive damages; criminal convictions under HIPAA; False Claims Act settlements inside and outside healthcare; the EU GDPR is in force and can affect US entities; and the Supreme Court’s decision on arbitration agreements.
While this sounds like a fairly conventional shareholder securities, case, what sets it apart is is that the defendant is a real estate investment trust. Such trusts, while occasionally traded publicly, are often not considered targets of shareholder suits. As is represented in this case, this belief is short sighted. There are no exemptions in the federal or state securities law for real estate trusts.
Inside this newsletter: K-12 Active shooter workshop, #MeToo, Resourceful Governance, attracting and retaining employees & CEO-Chairperson Partnerships
It is that time of year again when most school systems are out for a much needed summer break for students and teachers. While this is a fun time for the kids it brings on some additional concerns for the professional driver.
It still comes as a surprise to many that under the US Visual Artists Rights Act of 1990 (VARA), and some state laws, artists retain certain rights to their works of art—the physical objects themselves—even if the artist no longer owns the art. To help avoid problems with new works of art commissioned for your entity, we encourage you to download this month’s newsletter for more information.
It still comes as a surprise to many that under the US Visual Artists Rights Act of 1990 (VARA), and some state laws, artists retain certain rights to their works of art—the physical objects themselves—even if the artist no longer owns the art. To help avoid problems with new works of art commissioned for your school, we encourage you to download this month’s newsletter for more information.
In this issue, Yahoo pays $35m penalty; employees responsible for 53% of breach incidents; CA AG antitrust action; cyber derivative suits against directors; is compliance worth the money; income inequality; and various cyber updates for healthcare.