And just like that, we’re halfway through August! I hope everyone who is taking holidays this month is enjoying them, and getting ready to jump right back into the fray come September. As a kid, I loved school, so September is always my favorite month!
Without further ado, here are this week’s top posts from ILNToday – despite this being a traditionally slow month, we’re seeing some stellar content from our attorneys:
- HEALTH REFORM: Providers: Do Your Managed Care Participation Agreements Apply to New Insurance Exchange Products? from Epstein Becker & Green: EBG continues to have their finger on the pulse of the latest news in health reform, this time looking at how state exchanges may impact providers’ managed care participation agreements.
- ROSETTA STONE: STILL NO “KEY” TO CRACKING GOOGLE’S ADWORDS PROGRAM from Davis & Gilbert: D&G discusses a recent case brought against Google by Rosetta Stone, where Rosetta Stone claimed that Google AdWords use of their trademark as keywords was trademark infringement.
- New Type of Breach – Hackers Encrypting PHI & Holding for Ransom from Ogden Murphy Wallace: OMW’s Elana Zana discusses a new type of security breach by hackers – holding PHI for ransom.
- Plaintiff Spoliates Self And Her Case Dismissed from Epstein Becker & Green: EBG delves into Mangione v. Jacobs, where a woman disobeyed three direct orders to undergo a physical examination by the defense prior to having surgery.
- Employees working too many extra hours from Miller Samuel: Miller Samuel discusses the growing trend of workaholism in Great Britain, and its ramifications.