Tronc Chairman Michael Ferro became the latest corporate executive to resign amid accusations of unwanted sexual advances when he stepped down from the helm of the newspaper publishing chain in mid-March. 1,029 more words
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You can always tell when it’s Friday in my office – you can see the metaphoric tumbleweed blowing across our open-plan offices; this is possibly not helped by the wonderfully long Easter weekend, we just had for which some people tagged on some additional leave. 330 more words
Who’s at fault when your technology doesn’t work? Isn’t that an inherent risk in any technology?
“Overstock.com Shares Fall on Crypto Probe,” The Wall Street Journal, March 2, 2018 B10. After they disclose an SEC investigation into sales of digital tokens, share price drops nearly 5% (initially, it was worse). 32 more words
“Equifax Data Breach Hits Over 147 Million,” The Wall Street Journal, March 2, 2018 B3. Names and driver’s license numbers of an additional 2.4 million people were “affected.” 12 more words
NOT ME, GUV: Clinical Negligence in Prison – Who is Responsible? Razumas v Ministry of Justice  EWHC 215 (QB)
In this post Rachit Buch of 12KBW examines the recent decision of Cockerill J in Razumas v Ministry of Justice EWHC 215 (QB), a case concerning two distinct issues: (i) the liability of the MOJ for negligence arising out of healthcare provided in prisons and (ii) fundamental dishonesty in relation to clinical negligence claims. 1,578 more words