Tag Archives: Testing

No Testing Accomodation

The Minnesota Supreme Court has revoked a conditional readmission of an attorney who was suspended for a minimum of 30 days in 2017. He was required by the court to pass the professional responsibility portion of the state bar examination… … Continue reading

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Families Obstruct Brain Death Testing

Do clinicians need family consent to perform brain death testing on patients strongly suspected to be dead? U.S. jurisdictions are split on the answer to this question. Courts in both Montana and Kansas have ruled that clinicians may not administer … Continue reading

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ECB publishes European framework for testing financial sector resilience to cyber attacks

On 2 May 2018, the European Central Bank (ECB) published the European Framework for Threat Intelligence-based Ethical Red Teaming (TIBER-EU), which is the first Europe-wide framework for controlled and bespoke tests against cyber-attacks in the financial markets. TIBER-EU based tests … Continue reading

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Medical Marijuana and Employee Drug Testing

With the recent medical marijuana bill passing last month, many concerns and questions have popped up across New Jersey, especially in the workplace. The idea that you can use or smoke marijuana just because of your doctor’s approval doesn’t mean … Continue reading

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EPA Seeks Comment on Draft Interim Science Policy to Reduce Animal Testing for Skin Sensitization

By Carla N. Hutton On April 10, 2018, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced the availability of a draft Science Policy document intended to reduce the use of animals in testing chemicals to evaluate whether they cause an allergic … Continue reading

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