ABC’s of H-1Bs: H-1B Filing Season Gets Into Full-Swing for H-1B Employers and Prospective H-1B Employees

Based on the new rule proposed on December 3rd, USCIS (United States Citizenship and Immigration Services) plans to eliminate the current requirement that employers file cap-subject H-1B petitions during the first week of April. Instead, should the regulation become effective in 2019, employers will be given a 15-day period at least 2 weeks prior to View Article →

How Are We Tracked?

Whether relaxing at home or driving around running simple errands… no matter the case, we are constantly being tracked by businesses on a daily basis and although there are some precautions you can take to protect your information, there is not much we can do to stop this data collection entirely. Our cellphones silently transmitting View Article →

Protecting Your Business From Phishing Emails

IS IT A SCAM? IS IT REAL? CAN YOU EVEN SPOT THE DIFFERENCE? The act of phishing has become an extremely common practice for cyber criminals these days. It’s the number one way that hackers are able to gain confidential information about you. Today, you frequently hear people warning, “if you don’t know who it’s View Article →

Transparency and the Avoidance of Corruption: Revisions to New Jersey’s Ban on Gifts From Pharmaceutical Companies

In October 2017, we had a post about a proposed regulation promulgated by the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs that would place limitations on payments from pharmaceutical companies to health care providers. The rule did not provide for enforcement or penalties to be assessed against manufacturers, but rather prohibited providers from “accepting” such payments.  The affected View Article →