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Complex decision of the Commissioner of Education addresses many procedural and substantive issues requiring its reproduction in its entirety

Appeal of JANE DOE from action of the Board of Education of the Port Byron Central School District regarding a personnel action.Decision of the Commissioner of Education, Decision No. 17,627Elia, Commissioner.–Petitioner challenges her teaching assignment to seven periods of in-school suspension (“ISS”) by the Board … Continue reading

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CMS Finalizes Regulations Requiring WAC Disclosure in TV Ads for Rx Drugs

By David C. Gibbons & Alan M. Kirschenbaum — The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has finalized its proposed rule requiring pharmaceutical manufacturers to disclose the Wholesale Acquisition Cost (WAC) in Direct-to-Consumer (DTC) television advertisements for certain prescription … Continue reading

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Privacy Commissioner proposes new guidance on crossborder transfers, requiring consent for all outsourcing

In seeking to revise crossborder dataflows, the OPC’s position would require consent for all transfers of personal information for processingThe Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada (OPC) has initiated a consultation that proposes to completely reverse its previous guidance … Continue reading

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Rights to free speech and, or, academic freedom not offended by requiring a candidate for a teaching position to demonstration his or her teaching skills

The petitioner [Plaintiff] in this action appealed the federal district court's dismissal of his claims that members of a hiring committee at a State University of New York campus discriminated against him based on his age and disability and violated … Continue reading

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Discounted meal policy requiring employees to stay on company premises upheld

In Rodriguez v. Taco Bell Corp., 896 F.3d 952 (9th Cir. 2018), an employee brought a putative class action alleging that Taco Bell’s discounted meal policy effectively denied employees the ability to take a duty free meal break.  At issue … Continue reading

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