After almost four years of review and 175,000 public comments later, the FTC unveiled its plan to update the Children's Online Privacy Protection Rule (COPPA Rule) on December 20, 2023, after the Commission voted 3-0. The last COPPA revision w
Paramus Partner Jacqueline Voronov recently published an article for Hotel Business Review that discusses the legal implications hotels and hospitality companies need to navigate with employee’s use of social media.
The EU's cookie reduction pledge represents a significant move towards enhanced digital privacy. While offering more control over cookies, the emergence of alternative tracking methods like device fingerprinting and contextual targeting highligh
Global legislative developments in the privacy sphere were abundant in 2023. Privacy professionals from around the world predict that legislation pertaining to data privacy and cyber security will continue to flourish in 2024, and this post expl
The U.S. Senate Special Committee on Aging recently held its first hearing in 20 years on aging services. Here's what you need to know.
This episode discusses the recently announced final rule by the U.S. Department of Labor on the classification of a worker as either an employee or independent contractor.
Globally, business owners are asking how the European Union’s AI Act affects their business. This article will delve into the Act and how businesses will be affected globally, with an emphasis on the U.S.
In the newest episode of Litigators Lounge, Jacqueline Voronov and Shylie Bannon discuss the implications of the Supreme Court ruling, Groff v. DeJoy, on employer handling of religious accommodations in the workplace
The U.S. Department of Labor has Finalized Its New Independent Contractor Rule: Here’s What It Means for Your Business
The DOL announced its Final Independent Contractor Rule that defines whether a worker is considered an employee or independent contractor under the FLSA