This morning, my thoughts and prayers go out to those in Aurora, Colorado, who were affected by the movie theater shooting.
Without further ado, this week’s top stories from ILNToday:
- Stuart Gerson: The Supreme Court Has Decided, but Can America Afford the Affordable Care Act? from Epstein Becker & Green: One of the top healthcare reform lawyers in the country, our very own Stuart Gerson, discusses the Supreme Court’s recent decision about the PPACA and whether America can really afford it.
- Living in Revolutionary Times from Clark Wilson: Clark Wilson’s Mark Weintraub talks about an article in the scientific journal Nature, which discusses the existence of a rare gene mutation that provides protection against Alzheimer’s disease.
- Three Reasons Why Telemedicine Will Thrive (Or Maybe Just One) from Epstein Becker & Green: EBG’s Dale Van Demark offers three reasons that the telemedicine industry will grow rapidly and broadly over the next few years.
- Grain Elevator Explosion Leads to $180 Million Jury Verdict from Epstein Becker & Green: EBG’s Eric Conn discusses the recent verdict in Jentz v. Conagra Foods, Inc., and how it may affect other grain handlers.
- Unpaid Internships May Prove to be Meal Ticket After All . . . from Epstein Becker & Green: A must-read for employers everywhere who offer unpaid internships, focusing on recent copycat lawsuits alleging that companies violated federal and state wage and hour laws by failing to pay minimum wage and overtime to interns.
Happy reading, and hug your loved ones a little tighter today.