The FTC Turns Out The Lights On Rogue ISP

 FindLaw columnist Eric Sinrod writes regularly in this section about legal developments surrounding technology and the internet. Lest you think the FTC is sitting back and letting rogue Internet Service Providers run wild in cyberspace, please consider the FTC’s recent shutdown of Pricewert LLC. According to the FTC, Pricewert knowingly hosted and actively participated in […]

Military Family Leave Provisions

The Family and Medical Leave Act (”FMLA”) was amended last year to provide for two new forms of leave for eligible employees who have a family member on active duty in the armed forces. These amendments afford eligible employees the opportunity to take “military caregiver leave” to care for covered service members. The other form […]

New “Quality Council” to Advise on Independent Living Services

On May 12, 2009, the Pennsylvania Department of Aging and the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare, through its Office of Long-Term Living, announced creation of a new advisory council to focus on “quality management of in-home and community services” provided in the Commonwealth.   The DoA’s press release, entitled “Council Formed to Advise on Improving […]