King v. Burwell – Is the ACA in Danger?

Introduction No doubt, in the upcoming 2016 election, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) will be one of the main issues. Due to some recent cases, most notably King v. Burwell, parts of the ACA may be struck down. This will result in huge implications to the public as well as parties vying for the presidential seat next fall. King v. Burwell – Background and Implications King v. Burwell is a challenge to a key component of Continue Reading →

STLR Link Round-Up – March 6, 2015

Compuware the First Company to be  Fined $1.1 Million Under New Anti-Spam Law CRTC penalizes Quebec company for emails sent to consumers without their consent. The CRTC is preparing to mete out a $1.1 million fine against a company it accuses of “flagrantly” flouting Canada’s anti-spam legislation. This case represents the first time the CRTC has sought to impose a financial penalty under the anti-spam law, which came into effect last July.The CRTC alleges the company Continue Reading →