Cybersecurity Barack Obama Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA)

Cybersecurity is a term used to describe methods and systems for protecting sensitive information in the electronic sphere. As more financial, business, and personal information becomes exclusively maintained and... more +
Cybersecurity is a term used to describe methods and systems for protecting sensitive information in the electronic sphere. As more financial, business, and personal information becomes exclusively maintained and stored electronically, the risks of attacks, leaks, and disclosures become more pronouced. The concept of Cybersecurity encompasses a broad array of issues, including governmental regulations to ward off cyber terrorists, industry data collection and maintenance practices, and consumer advocacy to ensure the privacy of individuals' personal and medical information.     less -
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Take 5 Newsletter: Five Hot Topics in Hospitality Law

ACA Final Regulations Provide Rules for Seasonal Employees - On February 10, 2014, the Internal Revenue Service ("IRS") promulgated final regulations for the ACA's employer "shared responsibility provisions" in IRS...more

Washington Insight - January 2013

In This Issue: - President Obama Sworn in for a Second Term - 113th Congress Underway - More Fiscal Challenges in Store - Cabinet Re-Shuffle - A Game of Musical Chairs - Tax Reform and...more

Election 2012 Results And Impacts

Results - President Obama became only the second Democratic president to win reelection since Franklin Roosevelt (Bill Clinton being the other), winning both the popular and Electoral College votes. Along with...more

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