- Blog: Ireland IP & Technology Law BlogDPC Publishes Statement on the Public Services CardPosted on August 19, 2019 by Caoimhe BourkeOn Friday, the Data Protection Commission (DPC) published its findings on certain aspects of the Public Services Card (PSC). The DPC found that seven out of eight of its findings were adverse to the positions advanced by the Department of Employment and Social Protection (DEASP) and that there is and has been non-compliance with the...Continue Reading…
- Blog: Privacy and Information Security Law BlogICO Launches Investigation into Facial Recognition in King’s Cross, LondonPosted on August 16, 2019 by Hunton Andrews Kurth LLPOn August 15, 2019, the UK Information Commissioner's Office announced that it had launched an investigation into the use of live facial recognition technology at the King's Cross development in London. Continue Reading
- Blog: Waller Law BlogAre Certificates of Compliance dead on arrival in Tennessee for liquor and grocery stores? Posted on August 11, 2019 by William T. Cheek III
- Blog: Haynes and Boone BlogsDOL Updates Model CHIP NoticePosted on August 9, 2019 by Haynes and Boone Benefits GroupThe DOL has updated the model notice that employers providing group health coverage may use to notify eligible employees about Medicaid or the Children’s Health Insurance Program (“CHIP”) premium assistance programs available in their home states. Employers must provide this notice before the start of the plan year. The updated model CHIP notice is available here. The post DOL Updates Model CHIP Notice appeared first on Haynes and Boone Blogs.
- Blog: Appellate InsightPersuasive Writing & Footnote FollyPosted on August 9, 2019 by David CasarrubiasOne of the greatest difficulties in creating good legal writing, particularly effective appellate brief writing, is taking voluminous and complex information and distilling it down to a handful of simple points. It is also one of its greatest delights. There are plenty of tools in a writer’s toolbox to achieve the ultimate goal of succinctness, […]
- Blog: Biologics BlogFederal Circuit Rebuffs Fifth Amendment Challenge to IPR ProceedingsPosted on August 8, 2019 by In Oil States Energy Services, LLC v. Greene’s Energy Group, LLC, the Supreme Court suggested that whether inter partes reviews (“IPRs”) apply to pre-AIA patents is an open constitutional question. But following the Federal Circuit’s recent decision in Celgene Corp. v. Peter, it appears that retroactive IPRs are here to stay, at least for now. [...]