South Carolina lawmakers are debating legislation that, if passed, would greatly affect liability burdens on government-run healthcare providers as well as affecting the limits recoverable against charitable hospitals and healthcare providers.
With the release January 29, 2019 of an important tax policy note (the “Note”), the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (the “OECD”) has introduced greater direction for its BEPS mandate to introduce proposals to address the tax challenges of the “digitalization” of the economy.
The Optima KV swine waste to renewable natural gas (“RNG”) project near Kenansville, North Carolina came online as the first RNG project in the state to inject RNG directly into the existing natural gas transportation system.
On January 25, 2019, after 35 days of uncertainty and hundreds of thousands of federal employees missing their second paycheck, the partial government shutdown that went into effect on December 22, 2018 ended.
Illinois, the only state with a statute allowing private actions for unconsented collection of biometric readings, has made plaintiff recovery significantly easier, and defending such cases significantly harder.
During the shutdown, broadcast stations were unable to upload documents to the FCC’s online public files, including the 4th quarter Issues/Programs Lists which would normally have been due by January 10th.
The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) observes that the US healthcare system lost $6.2 billion dollars as a result of data breaches in 2016 and that 4 out of 5 US physicians have experienced some form of cyber-attack1. The over-arching message from HHS is – don’t be a victim of poor security.
Institutional Shareholder Services (ISS) has issued new FAQs addressing U.S. Executive Compensation Policies and U.S Equity Compensation Plans for the 2019 proxy season, for annual meetings held on or after February 1, 2019.