It's been another busy week here at the ILN, and we're very much looking forward to our 2012 European Regional Meeting at the end of September in Madrid!
But in the meantime, here are this week's top posts from ILNToday:
- Judge Strikes OSHA’s Expansion of the PPE Standard — OSHA Ignores the Judge from Epstein Becker & Green: EBG's Eric Conn talks about the impact of a recent decision striking down the expansion of the PPE Standard, which OSHA ignored.
- Company Law Reform (7.8.2012) from Holmes O'Malley Sexton: Holmes O'Malley's George Kennedy delves into the consolidated Companies Bill.
- NINTH CIRCUIT DRAWS LINE ON RED CARPET IN DETERMINING CONSENT IN RIGHT OF PUBLICITY CASES from Davis & Gilbert: Davis & Gilbert gives us the skinny on the recent Jones v. Corbis decision.
- Compulsory Retirement Age of 65 Upheld (7.8.2012) from Holmes O'Malley Sexton: In a recent high court case, the ruling was upheld that 65 was the compulsory retirement age for a radiographer employed by the Health Service Executive.