Despite the increasing prevalence of diabetes, there are many common misconceptions and an overall lack of knowledge surrounding the disease commonly referred to as an invisible disease.

We trust companies to protect our most personal information. As such, they should take steps to protect consumers. However, in an announcement last year, Equifax claimed that a security lapse on its part exposed the data of more than half the country. If that wasn’t enough, experts recently discovered two major security flaws, Meltdown and Spectre, that could potentially give attackers access to nearly all of the world’s computers and mobile devices.

As we reflect on the past year, I invite you to peruse our blog and explore my colleagues’ musings on some of the leading legal, consumer and public health-related issues of today.

On November 28, 2017, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments to resolve conflicting opinions whether Dodd-Frank’s retaliation provision extends to individuals who have not reported alleged misconduct to the SEC and thus fall outside the definition of a whistleblower.

November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month making now the perfect time to speak out about lung cancer risks and small things we can do year round to educate people and save lives.

At a recent asbestos conference, I made remarks on the FACT Act that were later published in a way that is misleading, false, and taken out of context.

The Supreme Court started a new term this week, making now a good time to review how the Court’s recent actions have affected investors.

People who never gave Equifax permission to access their data could be jeopardized by the breach. The more you know, the better you can protect yourself from identity theft.

Every year on Mesothelioma Awareness Day we recognize those battling cancer and other asbestos exposure related diseases. As we endure what’s been an active and devastating hurricane season, it seems appropriate to remind the public of the hidden dangers of asbestos.

Monday marks the 16th memorial of the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. Americans of all walks of life will remember and honor the 9/11 families and survivors of the brutal terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.