In recent years, some innovative healthcare leaders and organizations have developed and implemented formal communication and resolution programs (CRPs) that, when combined with advances in patient safety, ... Read More
The Social Security Administration has announced based on the increase in the Consumer Price Index (CPI-W) from the third quarter of 2016 through the third quarter of 2017, Social Security and Supplemental ... Read More
The EEOC has provided guidance that in its view a fairly long leave of absence should be considered a reasonable accommodation even after FMLA leave has been exhausted. The Court in Severson v. ... Read More
At the 2017 NetDiligenceŽ Cyber Risk & Privacy Liability Forum, a panel discussed efforts to keep payments secure. The panel included:
Bobbie Goldie - Senior Vice President North American Cyber, ... Read More
At the 2017 NetDiligenceŽ Cyber Risk & Privacy Liability Forum, a panel discussed the challenges of breaches created accidentally by employees. The panel included:
Phillip Gordon - Privacy and ... Read More
Governor Brown has signed SB 306, an anti-retaliation bill supported by many labor advocates.
While not a bill directly pertaining to workers’ comp claims, SB 306 has the potential to be very helpful ... Read More
This article is Part 2 of a study focusing on automation. Read Part 1 for historical context and an explanation of why automation in the future has the potential to change labor markets more ... Read More
At the 2017 NetDiligenceŽ Cyber Risk & Privacy Liability Forum in Santa Monica, CA, a panel discussed how your cyber insurance policy could be triggered without a data breach.
The panel included:
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