- Blog: Waller Law BlogEffects of the Government Shutdown on the Healthcare IndustryPosted on January 21, 2018 by Justin R. Hickerson,Colin H. Luke
- Blog: Privacy and Information Security Law BlogBelgium Adopts Law Reforming the Belgian Privacy CommissionPosted on January 18, 2018 by Hunton & Williams LLPOn January 10, 2018, the Law of 3 December 2017 creating the Data Protection Authority was published in the Belgian Official Gazette. It replaces the Belgian Privacy Commission with the Belgian Data Protection Authority, since the current Belgian Privacy Commission has limited prosecutorial powers and no direct sanctioning powers.… Continue Reading
- Blog: MMM Tech Law & Business ReportMMM Associate Austin Mills shares what to expect from Blockchain in 2018Posted on January 8, 2018 by AdminMMM Associate Austin Mills shares what to expect from Blockchain in 2018 including: – Enterprise Applications – Regulatory Clarity – Scaling To read the full article, please click here.
- Blog: Biologics BlogFDA Approves the First Gene Therapy to Treat an Inherited DiseasePosted on January 3, 2018 by On December 19, 2017, FDA approved the gene therapy Luxturna (voretigene neparvovec-rzyl), developed by Spark Therapeutics, to treat children and adults with biallelic RPE65 mutation-associated retinal dystrophy, an inherited disease of the eye. Luxturna is the United States’ first approved gene therapy for treatment of an inherited disease, and its approval comes ahead of the [...]
- Blog: Real Estate Advisor Law BlogA Plea And/Or Request: Stop Using And/OrPosted on November 17, 2017 by Alexander S. ConnUniversity of Cincinnati Law Professor Sean Mangan does not hate many things, but ‘and/or’ has to be first on the list – along with whomever might be playing his Irish that weekend. I had the pleasure of taking multiple drafting classes with him several years ago, but I honestly never quite understood the depth of… Continue Reading
- Blog: HB BrieflyDisqualification: A Painful Reminder of the Pitfalls of Using Inadvertently Disclosed Attorney-Client Privileged InformationPosted on August 21, 2017 by Candice ShihIn California, State Compensation Insurance Fund v. WPS, Inc. 70 Cal.App.4th 644 (1999), has served as the rule book for attorneys who obtain inadvertently disclosed and obvious attorney-client information on how to avoid certain disqualification from representation. Under State Fund, regardless of how the attorney came into possession of the information, once it is concluded that … Continue reading Disqualification: A Painful Reminder of the Pitfalls of Using Inadvertently Disclosed Attorney-Client Privileged Information →