The Pandemic of 2020 has caused seismic challenges around the world. Entire segments of economies have shut down, resulting in massive unemployment and lost revenue.
The pandemic has brought litigation to a halt, with courts closing and most cases at a standstill.
The coronavirus pandemic provides an opportunity for lawyers who want to meet the public demand for online legal services.
[updated 3/17/2020] RICHARDSON, T.X.—Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas (BCBSTX) agreed to repay customers after state regulators discovered that the insurer supplied them with incorrect information and mishandled out-of-network emergency claims. On March 6, 2020, the Texas Department of Insurance (TDI) revealed that BCBSTX will pay a $10 million fine. TDI Commissioner Kent Sullivan stated, […]
Many lawyers will agree that time is money. Whether you measure by the billable hour, capacity to serve clients, or achieve a work/life balance, driving profitability is a critical objective that law firms seek to achieve. Legal information systems, like case management and accounting programs, are instrumental in this capacity. There are multiple solutions on […]
In a class-action lawsuit brought by Walmart’s drivers, a federal appeals court on January 6, 2020, upheld a 2016 decision saying Wal-Mart must pay back “tens of millions of dollars in damages.” The total damages in the case add up to $54.6M. The suit was originally filed by the drivers seeking back pay for time […]