Reporter Ruth Cowan (far left) with other World War II reporters, 1944. Ms. Cowan was one of the first women accredited to report on an overseas military unit during the war. She was sent to Algiers with the Women's Auxiliary Army Corps, where she reported on the corps, hospitals, and operations in North Africa and later on the invasion of Normandy, the liberation of Paris, and the Battle of the Bulge.
By Kim Life|2018-05-21T14:41:13+00:00May 18th, 2018|
"Watch this video, check this box" sexual harassment training is no longer acceptable in California, and about blinkin’ time! Rote, non-interactive training may be useful as a defense to a lawsuit, but it turns out it’s more [...]
By Kim Life|2018-05-18T14:54:12+00:00January 24th, 2018|
The FDA announced on January 12 that they propose delaying “indefinitely” the publication of final rules on regulations describing the evidence that may be considered in determining a medical product’s intended uses. (21 CFR 201.128—drugs and 21 CFR [...]
By Kim Life|2018-01-23T15:24:29+00:00January 23rd, 2018|
I love my work on Promotional Review Committees. The (usually) collaborative nature of the process is satisfying, and I get to combine my legal practice with my pre-law technical communications experience (also known as “Engineers for Dummies”). And [...]