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Key House Committee Votes To Advance Employer Mandate, HSA & Other Health Choice Reforms This Week; Prepares For Health Care Fraud Hearings Next Week

After holding hearings on health savings account reforms and passing a flurry of health care reform bills intended to give employers relief from two key Obamacare mandates, to allow Obamacare subsidy-eligible Americans the choice to use the subsidies to purchase … Continue reading

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Legal World Buzzing with Announcement of new product: Westlaw Edge to replace Westlaw Next

The biggest news in the legal technology world today is the announcement of Thomson Reuter's new product called Westlaw Edge. According to the blog Dewey B. Strategic, Westlaw Edge is a new AI enabled platform to replace WestlawNext. It will … Continue reading

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NIOSH One-Pager Includes Accomplishments and Next Steps for Nanotechnology Research Center

On July 9, 2018, the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) published a one-page document on its Nanotechnology Research Center (NTRC), which conducts research to understand the potential effects on human health of exposure to engineered nanomaterials and … Continue reading

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Preparing for the Next Phase of Influencer Marketing – The CGI Influencer

Social media influencers are constantly competing for likes, partnerships, and ways to differentiate themselves from others. A surefire way to distinguish oneself in the ever-growing sea of social influencers? Being a robot. Computer generated social media influencers like Lil’ Miquela … Continue reading

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Carnival Passenger Groped on Cruise Excursion and Asks What to do Next?

Sexual assault claims stemming from incident on cruise vacations are more common that most people realize. The mix of alcohol, large groups and the seemingly ‘free spirit’ of the high seas may impact the way people act while cruising. However, … Continue reading

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