Administrative Law News. Crime Stories, Law on News and Legal Publications in August, 2011

Top Picks in News

First Data Selects IronKey to Help Clients Prevent Online Banking Fraud
MarketWatch (press release)August 1, 2011

"Online account takeovers and fraud are significant concerns for financial institutions today," said Cindi Lieblich, vice president of Product Development for First Data. "Because Internet banking fraud often starts with an attack on the account ...more »

Pottstown cites technical errors in seeking lawsuit dismissal
The MercuryAugust 2, 2011

The original suit noted that the borough adopted the Uniform Construction Code in April, 2004, but it failed to adopt another ordinance, under the newly adopted UCC, authorizing its code enforcement department to require inspections and cite those who ...more »

Administrative Law News and Stories

Administrative Hearings
[read all news]
Debt Ceiling Legislation Also Speaks to Administrative Law
RegBlog (blog)August 22, 2011

Reg neg procedures are highly touted as a more efficient and less adversarial way to craft administrative rules because representatives of interested groups are invited to negotiate with each other before the agency announces its proposal. ...more »

Investigations
[read all news]
Trade Commission Challenges a Hospital Merger
New York TimesAugust 22, 2011

Patricia M. Wagner of Epstein Becker Green, one of the nation's largest health care law firms, estimates that “50 percent to 60 percent of physicians and hospitals are exploring ways” to team up. The health care law encourages such alliances and joint ...more »

Federal Regulations
[read all news]
NLRB: Workers must be told of union rights
Minneapolis Star TribuneAugust 26, 2011

In its first quarterly earnings since going public, Pandora Media, the firm behind the Internet radio service Pandora, reported increased revenues, as well as continuing growth in subscriptions and mobile advertising. For the three months that ended ...more »

Regulatory Enforcement
[read all news]
December Gulf lease requires higher minimum bids
Houston ChronicleAugust 20, 2011

The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Regulation and Enforcement confirmed Friday it is raising the cost of buying the leases in the western Gulf of Mexico. According to the agency, companies will now have to pay minimum bids of $100 per acre, ...more »

Archive

Legal and Criminal News in 2014
Legal and Criminal News in 2013
Legal and Criminal News in 2012
Legal and Criminal News in 2011
Book of the Day in our Store
Share it on TwitterFacebook
Legal Research Explained, Third Edition (Aspen College)Legal Research Explained, Third Edition (Aspen College)
by Deborah E. Bouchoux
  • List Price: $124.95
  • Price: $99.96
  • You Save: $24.99 (20%)
from $94.43
View
Bryan H SchempfAttorney at LawPRACTICE AREA: Personal Injury, Family Law, Litigation, Military Law & Military Benefits
Daniel L BarnesAttorney at LawPRACTICE AREA: Family Law, Criminal Defense, Military Law & Military Benefits