The California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA or “the Act”) is one of the most significant pieces of privacy legislation that we have seen in the United States. Signed into law on June 28, 2018, and effective as of January 1, 2020, the CCPA will force many businesses to change how they manage and […]
Archives for June 2019
Which Pronoun Fits Your Employee?
I was recently at a seminar at a large university where the speaker stood at the podium and stated, “Hi, my name is… and the pronouns I most identify with are “ze, zirzirs.” The next speaker did the same, only this time the pronouns were “ze, hir and hirs.” A couple sitting next to me […]
Unexpected Finding at Autopsy of a Perforated Duodenal Ulcer Results in Winning Verdict for a Cardiologist and Five Other Defendants Retrospectively Charged with Medical Negligence
In March and April Julie Ramson and Dawn Ehrenberg won a case involving a young woman, age 22, who passed away from sepsis following a ruptured duodenal ulcer. The ulcer was not discovered until autopsy because the young woman was admitted with generalized weakness, neurological abnormalities, an abnormal EKG and hypertension.