When did it become April already? This year is going by so quickly – the first quarter is already over! Our attorneys have once again been producing some excellent content, so without further ado, here is this week’s round up from ILNToday!
- Massive data breach at credit card processing company: Millions potentially affected from McDonald Hopkins: Following one of the biggest news stories of the week, McDonald Hopkins provides their advice on how to protect your identify after a massive data breach at a credit card processing company.
- INDIA’S BATTLE UNDER BILATERAL INVESTMENT TREATIES from LexCounsel: LexCounsel examines the recent uptick in arbitrations regarding the Government of India’s execution of Bilateral Investment Treaties, and the impact this may have on inbound investment.
- Principal contractor owed no duty of care to subcontractor’s employee: Vella’s Plant Hire Pty Ltd v Mistranch Pty Ltd & Ors  QSC 77 from Gadens Lawyers: Gadens attorneys David Slayter and Peter Coggins look at the facts, the brief findings and the conclusions and applications in the Vella’s Plant Hire v Mistranch case.
- The Supreme Court Mulls Obamacare; The Health Care Industry Mulls The Supreme Court from Epstein Becker Green: EBG’s Stuart Gerson shares the “Implementing Health and Insurance Reform” publication, which discusses some items related to the recent Supreme Court arguments over the constitutionality of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act prior to the Court’s decision, which is likely to be released before the end of June.
- India Grants its First Compulsory License from LexCounsel: LexCounsel discusses the granting of its first ever compulsory license to the Hyderabad-based Natco Pharma Limited for a cancer drug, and the reactions by the industry to this news.
- Remedies For Spoliation Of Evidence from Epstein Becker Green: EBG’s Bill Ruskin looks at how New York State handles the spoliation of evidence when dealing with garden variety spoliation.
- In the Name of “Fairness,” a New Jersey Federal Court Strikes the Confidentiality and Release Provisions from a Fair Labor Standards Act Settlement Agreement from Epstein Becker Green: Doug Weiner and Meg Thering look at the recent Brumley v. Camin Cargo Control decision, which might set precedent for favoring plaintiffs in New Jersey in Fair Labor Standards Act litigation.